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lean sth against/on sth

phrasal verb with lean     /liːn/ verb ( past tense and past participle leaned, also UK leant /lent/)
B2 to put something against a wall or other surface so that it is supported: Lean the ladder against the wall.Slanting, sloping, leaning, tilting
Translations of “lean sth against/on sth”
in Chinese (Traditional) 把…斜靠在,把…倚靠在…
in Russian прислонять что-либо к чему-либо…
in Turkish dayamak, yaslamak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 把…斜靠在,把…倚靠在…
in Polish opierać coś o coś…
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