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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “stretch (yourself) out”

stretch (yourself) out

phrasal verb with stretch /stretʃ/ verb
to lie with your legs and arms spread out in a relaxed way
舒展四肢躺下
I just want to get home and stretch out on the sofa.
我只想回家攤開四肢舒舒服服地躺在沙發上。
RecliningNot holding the body uprightStretching the body
(Definition of stretch (yourself) out from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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