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rest·ing

 (rĕs′tĭng)
adj.
1. Occurring during a state of inactivity: a resting pulse.
2. Biology In a temporary phase of not growing, dividing, or being active: the resting brain; resting spores.

resting

(ˈrɛstɪŋ)
adj
1. not moving or working; at rest
2. (Theatre) euphemistic (of an actor) out of work
3. (Botany) (esp of plant spores) undergoing a period of dormancy before germination
4. (Biology) (of cells) not undergoing mitosis

resting

  • lotus position - Sitting with the feet resting on the thighs.
  • resting - A kind adjective for "between acting jobs."
  • superincumbent - Means "on the surface of" or "lying or resting upon."
  • couchant - Describing a cat sitting with its body resting on its legs and its head raised.
Translations

resting

a. inactivo-a, en reposo, en estado de descanso.

resting

adj en reposo; — heart rate frecuencia cardíaca en reposo
References in periodicals archive ?
Additionally, the contractor will brace the tree limb resting on the railroad tie cabin to reduce further damage to this historic structure.
I finally figured out that by cradling my bow, string-up, with one limb resting on the top of my foot and the other balanced against my trunk, I could not only carry the bow easily, but I could maneuver it through brushy terrain with remarkably little effort.
To avoid impacts to the yellow-billed cuckoo and the western screech-owl, other safety actions include pruning the Eastern and Western Trees, fencing the Western Tree and historic water tower, excluding public use from the fenced area, constructing an interpretive panel, and bracing the tree limb resting on the historic railroad tie cabin.