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vat and sit

vat and sit
 v. phr.— «She said most women preferred civil marriages, followed by customary and then living together without legal bindings or “vat and sit” as it is known.» —“Where have all the good men gone?” by Futhi Ntshingila Sunda Times (Johannesburg, South Africa) Feb. 18, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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