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recline

(rē-klīn′) [L. reclinare]
To be in recumbent position; to lie down.
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I'd like to see a sign on seatbacks advising passengers not to recline without asking first, and to refrain completely from the practice on short-haul flights.
New York, July 4 ( ANI ): Britney Spears loves to recline in a dentist's chair so much so that she travels with one on tour.
TAM says that its seats recline 180 degrees to a completely flat position, as do seats on American and on Varig.
The Leap seat has what's called the "Live Back" system, which contours to the individual without manual adjustment, and the "Natural Glide" system, which has the seat bottom move forward as the seat back reclines, thereby maintaining the person's reach and visual orientation.
A high-torque motor provides quiet operation as the chair reclines.
Wearing a loose flowered gown, the woman reclines with a white pillowcase under her arm, which forms an angle at the elbow to support the head.