tilt forward

Translations

w>tilt forward

visich nach vorne neigen; (machine part)nach vorn kippen
vt sepnach vorne neigen; chair also, machine partnach vorne kippen
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The following standards were passed: swimming 50 meters; jump in length from the place; flexion-extension of the arms in the supine position; Tilt forward from the standing position on the gymnastic bench; Lifting the trunk from the position of lying on the back.
That means the permanent tooth may drift or tilt forward.
That will push you to tilt forward going back and tilt backward coming down.
Meanwhile, the 60/40 split rear seats could now tilt forward slightly to create more room or be folded flat to create a useful 731 litres of space.
It's very common for the shoulder point to tilt forward, which causes nine out of ten shoulder fitting issues.
The front columns of the building buckled, causing the building to tilt forward dangerously.
A motion study at the University of Veterinary Medicine in Vienna has found that hunting dogs like retrievers tilt forward when carrying prey in their mouths, exacerbating existing joint and tendon damage.
The middle row all slide forwards and backwards and recline individually while built-in child booster seats are an option in the outer ones - which also tilt forward at the pull of a lever to allow easy access to the third row.
Keeping your back and legs fairly straight, tilt forward until your shoulders are forward of your toes.
Getting passengers in should also be straightforward, thanks to sliding side doors that provide a wide aperture, and outer seats in the middle row that tilt forward, giving walk-through access to the third row.
Getting passengers in should also be straightforward thanks to sliding side doors that provide a wide aperture and outer seats in the middle row that tilt forward giving walkthrough access to the third row.
Non-profit lender Justine PETERSEN said it is participating in the TILT Forward Initiative, which has received a USD2.