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  1. lie

    • IPA[lʌɪ]

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    • v.
      (of a person or animal) be in or assume a horizontal or resting position on a supporting surface;(of a thing) rest flat on a surface
    • n.
      the way, direction, or position in which something lies;the position in which a golf ball comes to rest, especially as regards the ease of the next shot
    • verb: lie, 3rd person present: lies, gerund or present participle: lying, past tense: lay, past participle: lain

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    • 1. the way, direction, or position in which something lies he was familiarizing himself with the lie of the streets
    • the position in which a golf ball comes to rest, especially as regards the ease of the next shot the lie, in deep rough on a bank, was not good
    • the lair or place of cover of an animal.
    • v.
      put (something) down gently or carefully: she laid the baby in his cot he laid a comforting hand over hers
    • n.
      the general appearance of an area of land: the lay of the surrounding countryside

    Oxford Dictionary

    • v.
      put down, especially gently or carefully: she laid the baby in his crib he laid a comforting hand over hers
    • n.
      the general appearance of an area, including the direction of streams, hills, and similar features: the lay of the surrounding countryside

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • v.
      present participle of lie
    • adj.
      not telling the truth: he's a lying, cheating, snake in the grass

    Oxford Dictionary

    • adj.
      not ordained into or belonging to the clergy: a lay preacher

    Oxford Dictionary

    • v.
      present participle of lie
    • adj.
      not telling the truth: he's a lying, cheating, snake in the grass

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • adj.
      not ordained into or belonging to the clergy: a lay preacher

    Oxford American Dictionary

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    • IPA[lī]

    美式

    • v.
      (of a person or animal) be in or assume a horizontal or resting position on a supporting surface: the man lay face downward on the grass I had to lie down for two hours because I was groggy
    • n.
      the way, direction, or position in which something lies: he was familiarizing himself with the lie of the streets

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • IPA[lʌɪ]

    英式

    • n.
      an intentionally false statement: they hint rather than tell outright lies the whole thing is a pack of lies
    • v.
      tell a lie or lies: why had Ashenden lied about his visit to London? ‘I am sixty-five,’ she lied

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    • IPA[lī]

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    • n.
      an intentionally false statement: the whole thing is a pack of lies Mungo felt a pang of shame at telling Alice a lie
    • v.
      tell a lie or lies: why had Wesley lied about his visit to Philadelphia? “I am sixty-five,” she lied

    Oxford American Dictionary