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Definitions of REST in various dictionaries:

    • noun - something left after other parts have been taken away
    • noun - freedom from activity (work or strain or responsibility)
    • noun - a pause for relaxation
    • noun - a state of inaction
    • noun - euphemisms for death (based on an analogy between lying in a bed and in a tomb)
    • noun - a support on which things can be put
    • noun - a musical notation indicating a silence of a specified duration
    • verb - not move
    • verb - take a short break from one's activities in order to relax
    • verb - give a rest to
    • verb - have a place in relation to something else
    • verb - be at rest
    • verb - stay the same
    • verb - be inherent or innate in
    • verb - put something in a resting position, as for support or steadying
    • verb - sit, as on a branch
    • verb - rest on or as if on a pillow
    • verb - be inactive, refrain from acting
    • Cessation of work, exertion, or activity.
    • Peace, ease, or refreshment resulting from sleep or the cessation of an activity.
    • Sleep or quiet relaxation.
    • The repose of death: eternal rest.
    • Relief or freedom from disquiet or disturbance.
    • Mental or emotional tranquillity.
    • Termination or absence of motion.
    • Music.
    • An interval of silence corresponding to one of the possible time values within a measure.
    • The mark or symbol indicating such a pause and its length.
    • A short pause in a line of poetry; a caesura.
    • A device used as a support: a back rest.
    • To cease motion, work, or activity.
    • To lie down, especially to sleep.
    • To be at peace or ease; be tranquil.
    • To be, become, or remain temporarily still, quiet, or inactive: Let the issue rest here.
    • To be supported or based; lie, lean, or sit: The ladder rests firmly against the tree.
    • To be imposed or vested, as a responsibility or burden: The final decision rests with the chairperson.
    • To depend or rely: That argument rests on a false assumption.
    • To be located or be in a specified place: The original manuscript rests in the museum.
    • To be fixed or directed on something: “His brown eyes rested on her for a moment” (John le Carré).
    • To remain; linger.
    • To cease voluntarily the presentation of evidence in a case: The defense rests.
    • To give rest or repose to: rested my eyes.
    • To place, lay, or lean for ease, support, or repose.
    • To base or ground: I rested my conclusion on that fact.
    • To fix or direct (the gaze, for example).
    • To bring to rest; halt.
    • To cease voluntarily the introduction of evidence in (a case).
    • Asleep.
    • Dead.
    • Motionless; inactive.
    • Free from anxiety or distress.
    • To bury (a dead body); inter.
    • All of these nouns mean freedom or relief from labor, responsibility, or strain.
    • The part that is left over after something has been removed; remainder.
    • That or those remaining: The beginning was boring, but the rest was interesting.
    • To be or continue to be; remain: Rest assured that we will finish on time.
    • To remain or be left over.
    • A support for a lance on the side of the breastplate of medieval armor.
    • verb - to refresh oneself by ceasing work or activity


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