Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Lean"

The meaning of "Lean" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does lean mean?
A: Depende do contexto a palavra solta assim pode ser como adjetivo magro, pobre, esguio
Q: What does lean on mean?
A: It depends on the context. Lean on me means let me be there for you in times of trouble. You could also lean on an object which means to put your weight on it.
Q: What does lean out mean?
A: It's a concept coined by Sheryl Sandberg that has to deal with women being more assertive in the workplace. So what this means, I think, is that in order to fix the inequality between men and women in the workplace today, it isn't enough for women to stand up for themselves and be more assertive, men also have to realize the error of their ways and support women in their efforts.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lean_In
Q: What does "lean on" in 69 mean?
A: Manipulate. If you're leaning on someone you can push them in the direction you want.
Q: What does lean in mean?
A: Lean in means when you move your body towards something. This man is leaning in.

For example, you lean in for a kiss.

However, if you 'lean in' on people talking, you are listening to they are saying.

Tell me if you need any help.

Example sentences using "Lean"

Q: Please show me example sentences with
1- To lean
2- To leap..
A: I lean on the table
I lean on the wall
I leap across the bridge
I leap onto the tree stump
Q: Please show me example sentences with lean in.
A: When you lean in to kiss someone, you should close your eyes. They leant in to kiss each other.
Q: Please show me example sentences with "lean towards'.
A: I have a choice between buying the red shoes or the red dress. I'm currently leaning towards buying the dress....
Q: Please show me example sentences with leaned in.
A: Do you mean that you almost made him believe that you like him? If that's the scenario you can say that "I almost leaned him in"
Q: Please show me example sentences with leaning into.
A: Leaning into one stirrup, Samuel forced his left leg over the back of the horse and dismounted.

Synonyms of "Lean" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between lean over and lean against and lean toward ?
A: If you put your back or shoulder against a wall. You lean against the wall. If someone was speaking softly. You would bend at the waist and move your head closer to hear. You are leaning toward the person. If I'm standing over a work bench. If I bend my back to examine my work up close, I'm leaning over my work and/or the table.
Q: What is the difference between lean in and lean on ?
A: Okay, so let’s say a coach is talking to their team and wants everyone to come close together so they can talk more privately. The coach can say “Okay everyone, lean in.” They want all the players to huddle close together so they can talk to each other. ‘To lean in” means to slightly bend forward.

To “lean on” something means to use something to hold yourself up. “He’s leaning on the wall.” “Don’t lean on my desk.”

To “lean on” someone (usually) means to use a person’s shoulder to rest your head. If you’re crying, you might lean your head on someone as a form on comfort. Or it can be an expression. “If you ever need someone to talk to, you can always lean on me”, meaning “If you ever need someone to talk to, you can always talk to me.”
Q: What is the difference between lean and recline ?
A: They are similar!

He leaned against the wall.

She reclined her chair so she was more comfortable.

to lean has to do with a person and how they stand.

to recline is to move a chair's position so you can relax.
Q: What is the difference between lean over and bend over ?
A: The girl had to bend over to pick up the piece of trash on the floor.
The girl had to lean over the fence to see the dog on the other side.
Q: What is the difference between lean and bend over ?
A: lean - наклоняться
bend over - наклоняться, но только вперед.
Если речь об этом их значении, конечно)

Translations of "Lean"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? lean English
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? lean
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? lean on
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Other questions about "Lean"

Q: You’ll lean out more evenly!とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Ah, I see.
"Lean" here means to get thin or lose weight. ("Lean can also be an adjective meaning "thin/skinny".)
The process will be more even (and not sporadic) if you constantly give it enough water.
Q: ‘I’m not leaning towards it’
Does it sound natural?
A: That sounds natural.
You can also say "I'm leaning away from it." It means the same thing though so it doesn't really matter.
Q: Please show me how to pronounce lean.
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Q: "He leaned forward." or "He leaned forwards."?
A: He leaned forward.

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