Definitions for reclinateˈrɛk ləˌneɪt, -nɪt
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rec•li•nateˈrɛk ləˌneɪt, -nɪt(adj.)
bending or curved downward.
Origin of reclinate:
1745–55; < L reclīnātus (ptp. of reclīnāre to recline ); see -ate1
Reclined, as a leaf; bent downward, so that the point, as of a stem or leaf, is lower than the base.
Origin: reclinatus, past participle.
reclined, as a leaf; bent downward, so that the point, as of a stem or leaf, is lower than the base
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