"Я его ждала."
Translation:I have been waiting for him.
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It's fine - but uncommon. In the UK and most parts of the US "to wait on someone" is understood as "to serve someone". (I think the Russian term for that is "обслу́живать" but I'm not sure.) However, in some parts of the U.S. (mainly in the South) "wait on" is commonly used as a synonym for "wait for" so I'd argue it's an acceptable translation (at least in Texas...). Although, personally, I wouldn't use "wait on" in place of "wait for". "Wait for" is less ambiguous and much more widely used.