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  1. lay

    • IPA[lā]

    美式

    • v.
      put down, especially gently or carefully;prevent (something) from rising off the ground
    • n.
      the general appearance of an area, including the direction of streams, hills, and similar features;the position or direction in which something lies
    • verb: lay, 3rd person present: lays, gerund or present participle: laying, past tense: laid, past participle: laid

    • noun: lay

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    名詞

    • 1. the general appearance of an area, including the direction of streams, hills, and similar features the lay of the surrounding countryside
    • the position or direction in which something lies roll the carpet against the lay of the nap
    • the direction or amount of twist in rope strands.
    • 2. vulgar slang an act or instance of having sex.
    • a person with a particular ability or availability as a sexual partner.
    • 3. the laying of eggs or the period during which they are laid the onset of lay may be marked by a dropping of the duck's abdomen