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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

[wāt]
(control systems)
Cessation of motion of a robot manipulator, under computer control, until further notice.
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This is a sit down dinner with silver service so one can relax and be waited upon with the glorious Savva special of Foie gras with wild duck bresaola paired with a gingerbread and granny smith apple jelly which has to be a combo truly made in taste bud heaven.
Yet Swansea will hope to strike lucky with at least one of their three targets, an offer for Lyon frontman Bafetimbi Gomis also still being waited upon, with the French club wanting to sell but bound by the 27-year-old's stance that he will have the last say on his destination.
With its selection of delicious flavoured coffees, IHOP is a great alternative for java lovers who crave the comforts of being waited upon and a relaxing environment.
TEATIME Guest Irene Morgan is waited upon by 13-year-olds Hannah Blenkinsop, left, and Ashleigh Charlton
She has enjoyed every minute but instead of serving on, it's now time to be waited upon, and get her feet up.
A table for two was set up in the centre of Bishop Auckland Market Place, County Durham, where Sam and Lesley Zair were waited upon by David Wilson, the Town Mayor.
Sit back and enjoy over four hours of being waited upon as you travel through the countryside and partake of a four-course lunch accompanied by chilled champagne and fine wine.
The cat was comfortable in our isolation ward, being waited upon hand and foot by our veterinary nurses.
IN A WORLD WHERE EVERYONE ELSE (INCLUDING his disciples) clambered for the best seats at the table, Jesus never forgot the folks who waited hand and foot on the guests of life's banquets and imagined a day when servants everywhere would be able to take off their aprons, sit down, and be waited upon by the world's masters and householders.