lying on the back, face or front upward.
inactive, passive, or inert, especially from indolence or indifference.
(of the hand) having the palm upward.
(in Latin) a noun form derived from verbs, appearing only in the accusative and the dative-ablative, as dictū in mirābile dictū, “wonderful to say.”.
(in English) the simple infinitive of a verb preceded by to.
an analogous form in some other language.
adjective (suːˈpaɪn; sjuː-; ˈsuːpaɪn; ˈsjuː-)
lying or resting on the back with the face, palm, etc, upwards
displaying no interest or animation; lethargic
noun (ˈsuːpaɪn; ˈsjuː-)
(grammar) a noun form derived from a verb in Latin, often used to express purpose with verbs of motion sup
supine su·pine (sōō-pīn’, sōō’pīn’)
Lying on the back; having the face upward.
Having the palm of the hand or sole of the foot upward.
noun 1. a wrestling hold in which a wrestler grasps his opponent round the waist from behind and carries him backwards
1. supplement. 2. supplementary.
noun, Hudson Valley. 1. cornmeal mush.
noun 1. Franz von [frahnts fuh n] /frɑnts fən/ (Show IPA), 1819–95, Austrian composer.