lean back


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lean back

[for someone] to recline backwards, usually in a chair. Lean back and make yourself comfortable. Let's lean back and be comfortable.
See also: back, lean

lean back (on someone or something)

to recline backwards, pressing on someone or something. Don't lean back on me! I'm not a chair! Lean back on the couch and tell me what you are thinking.
See also: back, lean

lean back (on someone or something)

to recline backwards, pressing on someone or something. Don't lean back on me! I'm not a chair! Lean back on the couch and tell me what you are thinking.
See also: back, lean
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tv makes it easy for visitors to lean back and enjoy an endless stream of short video clips that have been curated and categorized into channels, similar to the TV viewing experience.
They are cleverly designed with curved teeth to prevent digging, flexible wings that gently give when wearers lean back while still holding hair firmly in place, and covered hinges keep hair from getting caught.
If you are under a low spot and the surge lifts you, don't lean back,'' the guide says.
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Other researchers previously have reported people suffering strokes at hair salons when they lean back for a shampoo.
Pick any song - ``A Time For Love,'' live with his trio, or Sonny Rollins' ``Oleo'' with a quartet, ``Giant Steps'' solo in the studio or ``You Took Advantage of Me,'' playing acoustic guitar behind Fitzgerald - and then just lean back and marvel.
Computer users -- now freed from cord-length limitations -- can lean back, relax and type from up to 6 feet away.
For example, while herbal tea is known for its relaxing and soothing qualities, high consumption of such beverages also can lower blood pressure and put people at risk of fainting in the dental chair when they lean back for an extended period, Shapira explained.
The new software provides consumers with the ability to access music, photos and video from multiple PCs seamlessly via a lean back graphical user interface and remote control.
Clinton shouldn't just lean back and enjoy it the way Dukakis did.
For example, while typing with a cordless keyboard on their lap, people can swivel around in their office chair or roll away from the desk - or they can lean back and put their feet on the desk.
With Client as part of the Anark media platform, developers can build in any level of interactivity they choose, from the lean back experience of watching a broadcast-quality "movie" to the full lean forward experience of an interactive TV application.
The use of a remote control unit to access Internet content is what Ching refers to as "true lean back technology.
0 of Conversa Web, you can just lean back in your chair, sip your coffee and talk your way across the Internet," said Barry Smith, senior product manager at Conversa.
Unlike other theatre seats in Highlands Ranch and Douglas County, the high-back rocker seats allow customers to lean back for total comfort.