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.
See also: seat, take

Take your seat.

Please sit down. (Often plural.) Please take your seats so we can begin.
See also: seat, take