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Definition of "wait on" []

  • To wait for an event. (verb)
  • To wait for a person to do something. (verb)
  • To serve someone. (verb)

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Use "wait on" in a sentence
  • "Only the Arcadians sent reinforcements, but these made camp thirty miles away near Corinth to wait on events."
  • "She had already sent Kacey home sick—the poor girl had thrown up so much she could barely stand up, let alone wait on customers or unpack books for the bookshelves."
  • "Until you have been subjected to it, it is hard to fully appreciate the discouragement to travel that is the wait on a hard plastic seat for a short-term stamp in your Turkish passport."