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Dictionary English German: lay

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English German
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ADJ   lay | more lay | most lay
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NOUN   a lay | lays
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VERB1  to lay | laid | laid ... 
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VERB2  to lie | lay | lain ... 
 
SYNO   ballad | lay | laic | secular ... 
pol. lay {adj}
545
laizistisch
sb./sth. lay
443
jd./etw. lag
lay {adj} [attr.]
258
Laien-
[they] lay
123
[sie] lagen
relig. lay {adj} [belonging or pertaining to the laity]
14
laikal
Verbs
to lay
2158
legen
to lay
591
stellen
to lay sth. [turf, carpet, pipes, etc.]
518
etw.Akk. verlegen [Rasen, Teppichboden, Rohre etc.]
to lay sth. [bet]
492
etw.Akk. setzen [wetten]
pol. to lay sth. [before the House]
429
etw. vorlegen [Gesetzesentwurf]
to lay [nonstandard] [to lie]
428
liegen
naut. to lay
367
ansteuern
to lay [Br.]
344
richten [Tisch]
to lay
335
vorbringen
to lay sb. [sl.] [have sex with sb.]
109
jdn. flachlegen [ugs.] [salopp] [mit jdm. koitieren]
to lay sb. [sl.] [have sex with sb.]
66
jdn. umlegen [ugs.] [derb] [jdn. zum Geschlechtsverkehr verleiten]
to lay [a ghost]
19
exorzieren
to lay sth. [traps etc.]
14
etw. auslegen [Fallen etc.]
to lay sth. [cable etc.]
10
etw. führen [Kabel etc.]
to lay sth. [work out]
10
etw. ausarbeiten [erstellen, austüfteln]
Nouns
geogr. lay [as in lay of the land]
188
Lage {f}
mus. lit. lay
74
Ballade {f}
mus. lay
56
Lied {n}
lay [vulg.] [sl.] [act of sexual intercourse]
48
Nummer {f} [ugs.] [salopp] [Koitus]
lay [vulgar sl.]
43
Matratze {f} [pej.] [ugs.] [Sexpartner, -in]
lay [female] [sl.]
39
Sexpartnerin {f}
naut. lay [share of the profits of a whaling or fishing voyage]
8
[Anteil des einzelnen Besatzungsmitglieds am Gewinn]
2 Words: Verbs
naut. to lay aboard [to come alongside]längsseits anlegen
naut. to lay acoastder Küste zu anliegen
naut. Unverified to lay ahullvor Topp und Takel legen
to lay asidebeiseitelegen
to lay asideweglegen
to lay back [coll.] [lie back]sichAkk. zurücklegen
to lay back sth.etw. anlegen [Ohren]
to lay bareaufdecken
to lay barebloßlegen
to lay bareenthüllen
to lay bareoffenlegen
to lay beforevorschlagen
constr. to lay bricksmauern
to lay bricksvermauern
to lay downfestlegen [Regeln etc.]
to lay downfestschreiben
to lay downfestsetzen
to lay downhinlegen
to lay downstatuieren [festlegen]
to lay downumlegen [seitlich oder nach unten]
naut. to lay downauf Stapel legen
to lay down [nonstandard] [to lie down]sichAkk. hinlegen
to lay down sth.etw. aufzeichnen
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Q 2023-07-10: He lay down low to the race
A 2023-04-24: Whatever lay usage may be, legal practitioners tend to eschew ambiguity.
Q 2021-07-06: nicht im Wörterbuch: to lay a hedge - eine Hecke niederlegen
A 2019-10-16: oder: court of lay judges
A 2019-04-17: in the direction of lay / in the direction of grain
A 2019-04-17: lay
Q 2019-03-04: "I wish that I had learned to lay brick !" - correct English??
Q 2018-07-25: lay up
A 2017-07-24: to lay down some truth > sagen, was wahr ist / was als wahr zu gelten hat
Q 2017-07-24: lay down some truth
Q 2017-06-24: Men lay lie men
Q 2017-06-24: lay their Heaven under an obligation?
Q 2017-05-26: lay on?
A 2017-03-20: lie / lay
Q 2017-02-22: lay a train of money
A 2016-06-25: Ich kenne es in DE nicht. Vielleicht habe ich auch das "Lay-By"-Konzept ni...
Q 2016-02-14: to lay down some hate
A 2016-02-08: "to lay on" kann auch bedeuten: to deal blows with vigour
Q 2016-02-08: Don't lay on flange
A 2015-10-23: As a Jew I would feel sent up / ribbed / joshed by this lay actor.

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