In general: Antechamber admonishes not to be too pompous, domineering and haughty. Psychologically: If one sits in an antechamber, one should become more courageous, penetrate to the real and wait timidly. Popular: (arab).: see: never lose the patience and remain friendly, sit in one: care to stay down not timidly and to miss good opportunities, but to pluck up courage and to penetrate to the real. (European ones).: wait in one: you will be put out to a humiliation, modesty should stand good. (ind).: must wait in it: you are a too modest person. (See also 'secretary')