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    rest in bed

    If I want to rest in bed without sleeping, do I say:

    I want to lie down [in bed].

    Or is it better to use the word recline?

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    Re: rest in bed

    Quote Originally Posted by stefan_kar View Post
    If I want to rest in bed without sleeping, do I say:

    I want to lie down [in bed].

    Or is it better to use the word recline?
    'I want to lie down' is fine.

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