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 (sə-dîr′ənt, -dĕr′-)
A prolonged session, as for discussion.

[From Latin sēdērunt, third person pl. perfect tense of sedēre, to sit; see sed- in Indo-European roots.]


(sɪˈderʊnt; sɪˈdɛərənt)
(in Scotland) n
1. a sitting of an ecclesiastical assembly, court, etc
2. the list of persons present
[C17: from Latin sēdērunt they sat, from sedēre to sit]


 a list of people present at a meeting, 1701; a sitting for discussion or talk, 1825.
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