Something left after other parts have been taken away:
— He threw away the rest.
Freedom from activity (work or strain or responsibility).
Polish: zrelaksowanie, odprężenie, wyluzowanie, rozluźnienie
A pause for relaxation:
— People actually accomplish more when they take time for short rests.
A state of inaction.
Polish: nieruchomość, bezruch, spoczynek, nieruch
Euphemisms for death (based on an analogy between lying in a bed and in a tomb):
— She was laid to rest beside her husband.
A support on which things can be put.
Dutch: rest, rust, stilstand
A musical notation indicating a silence of a specified duration.
Dutch: kalmte, rust
Not move; be in a resting position.
Take a short break from one's activities in order to relax.
Give a rest to.
Have a place in relation to something else:
— The responsibility rests with the Allies.
Be at rest.
Stay the same; remain in a certain state:
— Rest assured.
Dutch: bestendigen, blijven, consolideren, stabiliseren
Be inherent or innate in.
Put something in a resting position, as for support or steadying.
Rest on or as if on a pillow.
Be inactive, refrain from acting.
Moby thesaurus: abeyance, abide, abide in, advocate, afterglow, afterimage, allay, alpenstock, annihilation, appease, arm, arrive, ataraxia, ataraxy, athletic supporter, awful silence, axis, back, backbone, backing ... show more.
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