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    amandeep_singh88 is offline Newbie
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    lean forward and lean over

    What is the difference between "leaned forward" and "leaned over"?

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    Re: lean forward and lean over

    You lean forward to get a closer view of your computer screen.

    You lean over a fence to see what's on the other side.

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    Re: lean forward and lean over

    Leaning over backwards or sideways isn't "leaning forward".

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