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  • 141 Wait a Minute (chanson de The Pussycat Dolls) — Wait a Minute Single par The Pussycat Dolls feat Timbaland extrait de l’album PCD Pays  États Unis …

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  • 142 wait and see — n: a doctrine in property law that postpones determining the question of validity of a future interest that has not yet vested (as a contingent remainder) until circumstances make clear whether or not the interest will vest within a time limit… …

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  • 143 wait\ at\ table — • wait at table • wait on table v. phr. To serve food. Mrs. Lake had to teach her new maid to wait on table properly. The girls earn spending money by waiting at table in the school dining rooms …

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  • 144 wait\ on\ table — • wait at table • wait on table v. phr. To serve food. Mrs. Lake had to teach her new maid to wait on table properly. The girls earn spending money by waiting at table in the school dining rooms …

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  • 145 wait for — wait until a person or something arrives; wait until a person is finished with something (e.g. I will wait for you until you finish your meal ) …

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  • 146 wait a sec — wait for a second, wait up    Wait a sec, Mag. I ll be right there …

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  • 147 wait someone out — wait (someone) out to allow time to go past until someone does something. I have time and he doesn t, so I ll wait him out until he agrees to sell the business to me. She hoped to wait out her opponent, but that has not worked …

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  • 148 wait out — wait (someone) out to allow time to go past until someone does something. I have time and he doesn t, so I ll wait him out until he agrees to sell the business to me. She hoped to wait out her opponent, but that has not worked …

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  • 149 wait on someone — wait on (someone) to serve someone. She waited on customers all day at the department store. He sits there in front of the TV and expects me to wait on him! Related vocabulary: wait on someone hand and foot …

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  • 150 wait-a-while — waitˈ a while noun 1. A wait a bit 2. An Australian wattle growing in dense thickets • • • Main Entry: ↑wait …

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  • 151 wait table — To wait at table during a meal • • • Main Entry: ↑wait …

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  • 152 wait for it — british informal phrase used for saying that you are about to tell someone about something silly, funny, or surprising Tonight’s lucky winner will go away with a cheque for – wait for it – £100,000! Thesaurus: ways of telling or asking someone to …

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  • 153 wait in line — american phrase to queue Thesaurus: to wait in a queuesynonym Main entry: wait …

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  • 154 wait tables — US : to serve food or drinks as a waiter or waitress She has a job waiting tables. • • • Main Entry: ↑wait * * * wait ˈtables idiom (NAmE) to work serving food to people in a restaurant Main entry: ↑ …

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  • 155 wait something out — ˌwait sthˈout derived to wait until an unpleasant event has finished • We sheltered in a doorway to wait out the storm. Main entry: ↑waitderived …

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  • 156 wait up for somebody — ˌwait ˈup (for sb) derived to wait for sb to come home at night before you go to bed • I ll be back very late so don t wait up for me. Main entry: ↑waitderived …

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  • 157 Wait-a-bit — n. Any of several plants bearing thorns or stiff hooked appendages, which catch and tear the clothing, as: (a) The greenbrier. (b) Any of various species of hawthorn. (c) In South Africa, one of numerous acacias and mimosas. (d) The grapple plan …

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  • 158 Wait for Me (poem) — Wait for me ( ru. Жди меня ), written by the Russian poet and playwright turned war correspondent, Konstantin Simonov, is one of the best known Russian World War II poems. It was written by Simonov in 1941 after he left his love Valentina Serova… …

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  • 159 Wait till You See Her — (or, sung by a female, Wait till You See Him ) is a popular song.The music was written by Richard Rodgers, the lyrics by Lorenz Hart. The song was published in 1942.The song was introduced in the musical play, By Jupiter The song was featured in… …

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  • 160 wait-a-minute — (wātʹə mĭn ĭt) n. See wait a bit. * * * …

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