wait on sb: to bring a meal to someone, especially in a restaurant
wait up: to not go to bed at night until someone has come home
wait about / around: to stay in a place and do nothing while you wait for someone to arrive or something to happen
wait in: to stay at home because you are expecting someone to visit or telephone you


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