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wait

1. Rare a band of musicians who go around the streets, esp at Christmas, singing and playing carols
2. an interlude or interval between two acts or scenes in a play, etc.

What does it mean when you dream about waiting?

Waiting can be a straightforward representation of some situation we are waiting for in our waking life. It also might be an allusion to an idiom, such as “waiting in the wings,” “wait and see,” or “waiting for the other shoe to drop.”

wait

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(control systems)
Cessation of motion of a robot manipulator, under computer control, until further notice.
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But the political career graveyard is also full of those who let "I dare not" wait upon "I would".
lt;i>they that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength</i>,
Omens," said Ovid, "are wont to wait upon beginnings.
We have of course trod with reverence that mentioned hallowed ground as we approached the high priestess LZ Smart, our estimable landlady who was there to wait upon us.
Those who wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength.
McIntyre does not offer his own speculations on any of these emotionally-charged topics, but rather insists that we must wait upon the self-correcting process of scientific discovery to give us answers.
She said the entire Bible verse - "They that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength, they shall mount up with wings like eagles" - was read at the memorial service for Ryan Snapp.
This was an invaluable invitation from Godquietly to wait upon Him.
In these two paintings the 17th-century Spaniard placed the overlooked and forgotten women who wait upon Jesus and his friends in the foreground, dwarfing the male figures that usually dominate these scenes.
Ganymede, a young Trojan prince, so charmed Zeus, the ruler of the gods, that the youth was carried off to Olympus to wait upon the immortals.