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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 classic literature ?
Perhaps we constructively BREAK the command to rest, because the resting we do is in most cases only a name, and not a fact.
One man, squatting on the floor between his outstretched feet and elevating them by resting them on his knees, was violently chafing his legs.
This he succeeded in doing, resting on one knee, a hand to the floor on either side and the other leg bent under him to help him rise.
Mr Dennis rolled lazily over upon his breast, and resting his chin upon his hand in imitation of the attitude in which Hugh lay, said, as he too looked towards the door:
Do you, while receiving benefits from me and resting under my shade, dare to describe me as useless, and unprofitable?'
He sat still and passive, his head resting against the back of the wooden rocking-chair, his hands relaxed upon the arms.
1 / 16 Pilgrims arrive on the first day of Hajj in Mina on Friday, where they will worship and spend the night praying and resting ahead of traveling to Mount Arafat Saturday.
When the forend of an AR is gently clamped in place and the pistol grip is resting on its shelf, a 30-round magazine will not touch the ground or benchtop.
Regardless of load intensity, resting 3-min between sets resulted in a significantly greater total repetitions compared with the 2-min or 1-min rest condition.
The Rest Test, led by researchers from Durham University, involved more than 18,000 people from 134 different countries to investigate their resting habits and attitudes towards relaxation.