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lay

[leɪ]
past tense
→ lie

   

lay

[leɪ] (     pt & pp laid )
transitive verb Conjugation
1. [put, place]   Conjugation colocar, Conjugation poner
 to lay oneself open to something   exponerse a algo
2. [prepare - plans]   Conjugation hacer
3. [put in position - bricks]   Conjugation poner
[ - cable, trap]   Conjugation tender
[ - foundations]   Conjugation echar
 to lay the table   poner la mesa
4. [egg]   Conjugation poner
5. [blame, curse]
 to lay something on somebody   echar algo a alguien


   

lay

[leɪ]
adjective
1. [not clerical]   laico ( f laica)
2. [untrained, unqualified]   profano ( f profana), lego ( f lega)


  

lay aside


transitive verb separable
1. [store for future - food]   Conjugation guardar
[ - money]   Conjugation ahorrar
2. [prejudices, reservations]   dejar a un lado


  

lay before


transitive verb separable
[present]   Conjugation exponer, Conjugation presentar


  

lay down


transitive verb separable Conjugation
1. [set out]   Conjugation imponer, Conjugation establecer
2. [put down - arms]   Conjugation deponer, Conjugation entregar
[ - tools]   Conjugation dejar


  

lay into


transitive verb inseparable Conjugation
(inf)   arremeter contra


  

lay off


transitive verb separable Conjugation
[make redundant]   Conjugation despedir

  

lay off


transitive verb inseparable Conjugation
(inf)
[stop, give up]
 to lay off (doing something)   dejar (de hacer algo)

  

lay off


intransitive verb Conjugation
(inf)
 lay off!   ¡déjame en paz!


  

lay on


transitive verb separable Conjugation
[transport, entertainment]   Conjugation organizar
[food]   Conjugation preparar


  

lay out


transitive verb separable Conjugation
1. [arrange, spread out]   Conjugation disponer
2. [plan, design]   diseñar el trazado de


  

lay over


intransitive verb Conjugation
(US)   hacer noche


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