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Nothing much to add to @永劫回帰's answer itself, just a follow-up about the format: 腰を掛け(てよりかか)るための家具 It's almost like writing in English: a piece of furniture for sitt(ing and reclin)ing on Of course you usually don't want to write such a Frankenstein sentence in English, but Japanese has no spaces between words and can be broken anywhere, so why not? As a ...


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腰を掛ける (here in て-form) means to sit and 寄りかかる means to lean on. A chair is a tool where you sit and rest your back against the back of the chair.


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