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Rest

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Meaning

Noun

In Sleep:
Relief from work or
by
; sleep.
In Rest:
Any
from
; a state of
and relaxation.
In Peace:
Peace;
from
,
,
; tranquility.
A state of
; a state of little or no
; a state of completion.
A
after death.
In Music & Silence:
A
of a
in a
of music.
In Music:
In Physics:
Absence of motion.
In Snooker:
A
a U-, V- or X-shaped
sed to support the
of a
when the
is otherwise
reach.
Any
to
support something else.
In Armor:
A
from the
of the
of
,
to support the lance.
A place where one may
, either
,
an
, or
, as, in an abode.
In Poetry:
A
in
; a caesura.
The
of a
at
in a
. Often,
, the
after which
is
to capital.
In Games:
A set or
at tennis.
That which remains.
Those not included in a
or
; the
; others.
In British English & Finance:
A
as a
by a
to
its
, etc.; in the Bank of England, the
of
above liabilities.
In Computing:
Acronym of
state transfer.

Verb

To
from
,
, work, or performance of any kind;
;
; be without
.
To
a
or an end; end.
To be
from that which
or
;
or still; be undisturbed.
To be or to
into a state of rest.
To
,
, be situated.
To
,
, or lay.
In American English & Law:
To
in a
or other
, and thus to
the
(however, one is still
available to
, etc.)
To
; slumber.
To
dormant.
To
the
;
;
; be dead.
To
or
on.
To be
; to acquiesce.
To
to be,
, be
in a certain way.
To keep a certain way.
To arrest.

Name

Acronym of Revised Extended Standard Theory.
Sourced from
Wiktionary

Origin

rest
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rest
Middle English (1100-1500)
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rest
Old English (ca. 450-1100)
reste
Middle English (1100-1500)
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reste
Old French (842-ca. 1400)
resten
Middle English (1100-1500)
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restan
Old English (ca. 450-1100)
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Etym
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