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Translation of "rest" - English-Polish dictionary

rest

verb     /rest/
B1 [I] to relax or sleep because you are tired after doing an activity or because you are ill odpoczywać Pete's resting after his long drive.Sleep and sleepingStaying and remainingWaiting
rest your eyes/feet/legs, etc
B2 to stop using your eyes/feet, etc for a while because they are tired dać odpocząć oczom/stopom/nogom Pauses and interludes
rest (sth) on/against, etc
If something rests somewhere, or if you rest it somewhere, it is supported by something else. opierać się/ coś o/na She rested her elbows on the table. →  See also rest on your laurels Physical supports and supportingArches, columns and beams
(Definition of rest verb from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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