lean

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Pronunciation[change]

Verb[change]

Plain form
lean

Third-person singular
leans

Past tense
leaned

Past participle
leaned

Present participle
leaning

Plain form
lean

Third-person singular
leans

Past tense
leaned

Past participle
leaned

Present participle
leant

  1. If you lean against something, then you push or press against it.
    1. He lean his bicycle against the wall.
  2. move into a bending style, forwards, backwards, sideways

Adjective[change]

Positive
lean

Comparative
leaner

Superlative
leanest

  1. If a person is lean, then he or she is slim and not fat.
  2. If a piece of meat is lean, it has little or no fat.