take (one's) seat

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take (one's) seat

To sit down. Usually said as a request, invitation, or command. OK, children, take your seats! Please go in and ask everyone to take their seats so the performance can begin.
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Take your seat.

Please sit down. (Often plural.) Please take your seats so we can begin.
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Sir Alan Sugar arrives in the House of Lords, London, for a traditional ceremony to take his seat
MPs will today be asked to consider whether jailed Conservative peer Jeffrey Archer should be allowed to take his seat in the House of Lords after he leaves prison later this month.