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Idiom of the week – Sit tight

Posted by englishlessons on September 9, 2016

Definition:

hold off on any action or movement for a period of time

Examples:

We decided to sit tight and not make any changes in our investments right now.

They were advised to sit tight and see what happened to interest rates in the next three months.

 

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