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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishseatedseat‧ed /ˈsiːtɪd/ adjective [not before noun] formal  1 if someone is seated, they are sitting downseated at/near/beside etc Paul was seated at his desk. Remain seated until the aircraft has come to a complete stop.2 be seated seat2
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seatedMuriel reminded herself to stay seated and let Lily follow him out to the hall.The seated position corresponds more readily to our body posture during the day when stress develops.More difficult would be patients with a deep seated psychological problem which would require more than three months' treatment.It's a larger seated venue than usual, over 30,000.They then remain seated while the rest leave for the next trip.seated at/near/beside etcThe other night, Deena was seated at a well-known, busy place near the Potomac River.Nico was about to move on, when I, seated at counsel table, handed him a note.In his mind's eye, Vologsky could see Major Tzann seated at his desk, holding it between trembling fingers.When she reached the breakfast table, Silas, Matt and Doreen were already seated at it.A few minutes later, the man seated at my lower left had the same problem.Chamlong, seated beside Suchinda, appealed to protestors to refrain from violence.There were no women seated at the tables.
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