Phrasal Verb: sit around / about

To sit around (or sit about) somewhere is to sit and do nothing or very little.

Example of use:
When I’m on holiday I don’t like to sit around and do nothing, I like to see new things and meet new people.

infinitive – sit around

present simple – sit around and sits around

-ing form – sitting around

past simple – sat around

past participle – sat around

See also, stand around and lie around

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