lean back


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Verb1.lean back - move the upper body backwards and down
lean, tilt, angle, slant, tip - to incline or bend from a vertical position; "She leaned over the banister"
fall back - fall backwards and down
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w>lean back

visich zurücklehnen
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Now lean back, and listen attentively to whatever I may care to say to you.
Nick Blunden, SVP, Global head of digital and content strategy notes, "The Lean back interactive webinar provides an exciting opportunity for The Economist to bring SXSW to readers around the globe using the latest video chat technology.
While your sporting instincts will be encouraging you to lean back in order to hit the ball as high as possible (as with kicking a ball), science requires a descending blow into the back of the ball.
I was supposed to lean back, but the reins didn't stretch far enough, so I had to lean forward and that's why I fell.
This track, which means money in Arabic, is essentially a pop R'n'B record, but if you check the remix you'll find a gutsier club mix reminiscent of Terror Squad's Lean Back.
Work of such impressive size has a tendency to both draw one in for a closer look and push one back in hopes of a broad overview, and allowing the space opposite to remain empty was helpful in that it provided a surface upon which to lean back and meditate.
If the content expert insists on talking like a consultant no matter how many times I ask him to talk like a real person, I'll lean back and say this:
Add 450g (1lb) lean pork leg cubes, 4 Chipolata -sausages (squeeze, twist and cut, and make into 8 smaller sausages) and 2 rashers lean back bacon, finely chopped and cook until lightly browned.
I started looking at their bodies and noticed that beginners usually lean back.
We put all our eggs in one basket with the sprouts and when it collapsed and (the business relationship) deteriorated, we had no other project to lean back on and we had no revenue," explains Yukich.
Nurses and CNAs often have commented in my hearing about the small size of the bathroom; that the toilet is next to a wall and that two people can't get in to help the resident; that the mirror doesn't allow residents to see themselves; that the bathroom makes no allowance for toiletries; and that residents cannot lean back on the toilet.
Lean back and do the Schaeffer loop--that's what you don't want to do.