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lean (sth) against/on sth

phrasal verb with lean uk   us   /liːn/ verb [I or T, usually + adv/prep] (leaned or UK also leant, leaned or UK also leant)
B2 to sit or stand with part of your body touching something as a support: He leaned against the wall. She leaned her head on his shoulder.
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