bend, (bent)

bend, (bent)
اِنْحَنَى \ bend, (bent): to become curved; curve one’s body: The branch bent under his weight. He bent down and picked it up. bow: to bend forward (as a sign of respect or thanks, or under the weight of (sth.): Her head was bowed in prayer. He was bowed under by all his troubles. curve: (to from) a bend, like part of a circle: The river curved round the hill. dip: to go down a little: The road dipped down to the river and up again. give: to bend (under weight or pressure). lean: to slope; to bend: The tree was leaning over (or across) the road. She leant out of the window. stoop: to bend forwards: She stooped to pick up her baby. \ See Also اتكأ (اِتَّكَأَ)، انحدر (اِنْحَدَرَ)‏

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