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Adjective: laid  leyd
  1. Set down according to a plan
    "a carefully laid table with places set for four people"; "stones laid in a pattern";
    - set
Verb: lay (laid)  ley
  1. Cause to have a certain (possibly abstract) location
    "lay your things here";
    - put, set, place, pose, position
  2. Put in a horizontal position
    "lay the patient carefully onto the bed";
    - put down, repose
  3. Prepare or position for action or operation
    "lay a fire"; "lay the foundation for a new health care plan"
  4. Produce and deposit (an egg or eggs)
    "This hen doesn't lay"
  5. Impose as a duty, burden, or punishment
    "lay a responsibility on someone"
  6. [vulgar] Have sexual intercourse
    - sleep together, love, make love, sleep with, have sex, know [archaic], do it [informal], be intimate, have intercourse, lie with [archaic], bed [informal], get it on [informal]

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See also: apply, arranged, build on, imprison, land, ordered, pass along, put back, put up, set back, table [N. Amer], tack together

Type of: copulate, couple, devise, displace, get up, impose, levy, machinate, mate, move, organise [Brit], organize, pair, prepare

Encyclopedia: Laid, Sutherland

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