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recline

(rē-klīn′) [L. reclinare]
To be in recumbent position; to lie down.
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The reclinable seats, which cost pounds 8,000 in total, were bought with the help of cash raised by Bedworth resident Sheilagh Price.
The buses, which are constructed on a Volvo chassis, feature Italian-built reclinable leather seats, and provide access to WiFi and 230-volt power at each seat.
Finishing touches were then applied to the interior and include Bride carbon fiber reclinable seats and a full Pioneer audio system.
The reporters are based in one part of Germany but take an overnight train to another, sleeping in the reclinable seats, before returning to their original destination the following morning.
The comfortable, reclinable seats and stock of Disney DVDs meant a busload of young children were kept happy, either dozing or singing away to their favourite tunes.
The cash helped pay for reclinable chairs for the day centre which cares for terminally ill people and their families.