What is the difference between
Seat and Sit?




What is the difference between Seat and Sit? :


Seat : (noun)

(
1 ) Thing made or used for sitting on

She rose from seat to welcome me.




(
2 ) Place where one pays to site in a vehicle or in a theatre etc…

There are no seats left on the flight.

Book four seats for the concert.


(
3 ) Place where something is based or where an activity is carried on

In India, Delhi is the seat of government.



Seat : (verb)

(
1 ) Make something / someone sit

I seated the girl next to her mother.

Ladies and Gentlemen, please be seated.

I seated myself on the sofa.


(
2 ) Have seats for (a specified number of people)

This is a hall that seats 567 persons.



Sit : (verb)

(
1 ) Be in a position in which the body is upright and resting on the buttocks either on a seat or on the ground

Please sit on the chair.


(
2 ) (Of clothes) fit the body well

The dress sits well on her.

The coat sits badly across the shoulders.


(
3 ) Be a candidate for an examination

He will sit for the test tomorrow.











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