What does recline mean?

recline in AZ Dictionary

(v) resulting in to believe a leaning or prone position.
(v) resulting in or permit to lean, incline, remainder, etc.; to place in a recumbent place.
(v) To lay straight back or down.
(v) To slim or incline.
(v) To assume, or even to be in, a recumbent position.
(v) resulting in to slim right back; to fold back.
(v) to set up a resting place.
(v) To slim straight back.
(a) Having a reclining position; tilting; reclining.
To lean backward or downward upon one thing; remainder in a recumbent position.
To fold downward; lean; have a leaning pose.
Synonyms Recline is definitely since strong as slim, and usually more powerful, suggesting a more entirely recumbent place, and approaching lie.

recline in Community Dictionary

To recline is a variety of reversing and declining.Reversing, the act of going backwards.Declining, the work of using back.Combine these two words and SWOOSH you're reclining! by SaulReport definition

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  • Sentence for "recline"
  • Synonym for "recline"
    • leaning, reclining, incline, rest
  • Verb Forms for "recline"
    • reclined, reclines, reclining
  • Phrases for "recline"
    • recline because, you recline
  • Rhyme for "recline"
    • Aline, Cline, Combine, Dine, Heine
  • Hypernym for "recline"
    • position, pose, put, set, lay
  • Cross Reference for "recline"
    • reclining dial
  • Etymologically Related for "recline"
    • lie back, decline, lie down, incline
  • Form for "recline"
    • reclined, reclining
  • Same Context for "recline"
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