Word: lay

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Synonyms: lay

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: lay

spanish
poner, acostar, colocar, aplicar, seglar


german
hinlegen, ballade, legen, lag

french
chanson, chant, romance, pose, poser, ...

italian
porre, mettere, laico, collocare, posare, ...

portuguese
deitar, estender, configuração, advogado, acamar

dutch
neerleggen, zetten, leggen, plaatsen, ballade, ...

russian
ударение, придавать, прокладывать, оставить, работа, ...

norwegian
legge

swedish
lägga

finnish
asettaa, sijoittaa, panna, balladi, maallikko, ...

danish
sætte, lægge

czech
uložit, zpěv, předložit, složit, snášet, ...

polish
nakrywać, nakryć, pokładać, laicki, świecki, ...

hungarian
fekvés, laikus

turkish
koymak

greek
στρώνω, ξαπλώνω, κοσμικός

ukrainian
слабко

albanian
shtroj

estonian
panema, munema, lebama

croatian
staviti, položiti

icelandic
leggja, setja

lithuanian
baladė

latvian
novietot, balāde

romanian
baladă

slovenian
položit

slovak
neodborný

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The meaning and "use of": lay

adjective
  • not ordained into or belonging to the clergy.
  • not having professional qualifications or expert knowledge, especially in law or medicine.

noun
  • the general appearance of an area, including the direction of streams, hills, and similar features.
  • the laying of eggs or the period during which they are laid.
  • a short lyric or narrative poem meant to be sung.

verb
  • put down, especially gently or carefully.
  • put down and set in position for use.
  • used with an abstract noun so that the phrase formed has the same meaning as the verb related to the noun used, e.g., “lay the blame on” means ‘to blame’.
  • (of a female bird, insect, reptile, or amphibian) produce (an egg) from inside the body.

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