elbow-rest

elbow-rest

n
something designed for resting one's elbow on
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Translations

elbow-rest

[ˈelbəʊˌrest] N [of chair] → brazo m
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Scooping his hand into the same scientific elbow-rest as before, and backing it up with the inert strength of his arm, as skilfully as a Police Expert, and with an apparent repose quite unattainable by novices, Mr.
To prevent pain and injury, they advise companies to purchase chairs and tables with adjustable heights, VDT screens that can be positioned at various angles, keyboards that are detachable and comfortably sloped, and padded wrist- and elbow-rests. In addition, they suggest office workers share and rotate tasks, thereby reducing the risk of repetition strain injury, and take frequent breaks.