Definition of lean on
verb - transitive
- to put pressure on someone to get information.
Citation from "Sins of the Past", Terriers (TV, 2010), Season 1 Episode 11 blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.
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Other terms relating to 'lean':
|Definitions include: to lean back slouchingly.|
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|Definitions include: to physically assault a person.|
|Definitions include: In the Southeast United States, it is used by construction workers, carpenters, etc. to describe something which is off plumb or leaning in a way it was not meant to.|
Other terms relating to 'on':
|Definitions include: seemingly accidental but with a secret motive.|
|Definitions include: secret sexual activity with a person other than one's partner.|
|Definitions include: See on (one's) plate.|
|Definitions include: useless.|
|Definitions include: doing better after an unfavorable event.|
|Definitions include: returned to one's meth or crack addiction.|
|Definitions include: to insult for fun; "make fun of".|
|Definitions include: to leave (a relationship) or abandon.|
|Definitions include: to attempt to attract verbally; "hit on".|
|Definitions include: to test something before it is released or presented.|
|Definitions include: See barge in.|
|Definitions include: used to describe a person that is angry and is scolding at someone.|
|Definitions include: to be involved with.|
|Definitions include: to be present in large numbers.|
|Definitions include: to be very happy.|
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