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zgiglio

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Russian-Russia
Hello there

Could you please tell me if the underlined piece from the Guardian is grammatically correct " His lawyers on waiting on discovery to find out why he was placed in solitary confinement initially." Should it be "his lawyers are waiting..."?

The Cambridge dictionary says we can wait on somebody WAIT ON SB | meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
Can we wait on something as well?

Many thanks!
 
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