Definition of semi-prone position in English:

semi-prone position

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noun

another term for recovery position.
More example sentences
  • She twisted and fell out of the car onto her backside, and there she sat looking up at him, stunned from a slumped semi-prone position, in the middle of the road.
  • She leaps up from her semi-prone position to a panther's crouch in the space of a breath.
  • She prefers a prone or semi-prone position because if she tries to sit up, she has extreme symptomatology - i.e. she becomes pale and her pulse rate increases among other things.

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