lay

leɪ

Перевод:

Verb: класть возложить прокладывать уложить
Noun: расположение слой положение рельеф
Adjective: мирской светский непрофессиональный недуховный

Фразы:

to lay brick on end - класть кирпич на торец

to lay / string cable - протягивать кабель

to lay out a cable - раскатывать кабель

to establish / lay down a canon - устанавливать критерий

to lay up a car - консервировать автомобиль

to lay a carpet - постелить ковёр

to lay to smb.'s charge - обвинять кого-л.

to knock / lay (out) cold - потерять сознание, быть без сознания

to lay out the course - прокладывать курс следования

to lay hands on smth. - завладеть чем-л.

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Примеры:

Lay the books on the table. - Положите книги на стол.

Lay the packages on the table. - Положи пакеты на стол.

Lay the cartons one on top of the other. - Ставь коробки одна на одну.

I'll lay money that they'll say yes. - Бьюсь об заклад, они согласятся.

This hen doesn't lay. - Эта курица не несётся (не откладывает яйца).

Lay the patient carefully onto the bed. - Осторожно уложите больного на кровать.

Lay the fabric carefully on the table. - Аккуратно разложите ткань на столе.

It's a mistake to lay too much emphasis on grades. - Неверно придавать слишком большое значение оценкам.

Lay the material flat on the table. - Положите материал плашмя на стол.

a lay opinion as to the cause of the disease - непрофессиональное мнение о причине заболевания

a science magazine written for the lay public - научный журнал, изданный для широкой публики

For a year or two he wrote poetry. But then he gave up that lay. - В течение года или двух он писал стихи, но потом бросил это занятие.

I'd lay money that he will go on to play for England. - Готов поспорить, что он будет продолжать играть за Англию (досл. Я бы поставил деньги на то...)

A cuckoo is able to lay in a range of different nests. - Кукушка может откладывать яйца в разные гнезда. (не только в одно, но точно - не в своё!)

The patient's lay diagnosis was close to the doctor's. - Диагноз, поставленный себе пациентом, оказался близким к врачебному.

Lay the wounded soldier down carefully so as not to hurt him. - Уложи раненого осторожно, чтобы не сделать ему больно.

The flies lay their eggs on decaying meat. - Мухи (часто) откладывают свои яйца / личинки в мясе, которое (уже) начинает портиться.

lay the foundation for a new health care plan - заложить фундамент для нового плана медицинского обслуживания

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Фразовые глаголы:

If you lay something aside, you put it down, usually because you have finished using it or want to save it to use later.

If you lay an idea or piece of information before someone, you present it to them in detail, usually in order to obtain their approval or advice.

If you lay something down, you put it down, usually because you have finished using it.

If you lay in an amount of something, you buy it and store it to be used later.

To lay into someone or something means to start attacking or criticizing them.

If workers are laid off, they are told by their employers to leave their job, usually because there is no more work for them to do.

If you lay on something such as food, entertainment, or a service, you provide or supply it, especially in a generous or grand way.

If you lay out a group of things, you spread them out and arrange them neatly, for example so that they can all be seen clearly.

If someone is laid up with an illness, the illness makes it necessary for them to stay in bed.

If you lay something aside, you put it down, usually because you have finished using it or want to save it to use later.

If you lay an idea or piece of information before someone, you present it to them in detail, usually in order to obtain their approval or advice.

If you lay something down, you put it down, usually because you have finished using it.

If you lay in an amount of something, you buy it and store it to be used later.

To lay into someone or something means to start attacking or criticizing them.

If workers are laid off, they are told by their employers to leave their job, usually because there is no more work for them to do.

If you lay on something such as food, entertainment, or a service, you provide or supply it, especially in a generous or grand way.

If you lay out a group of things, you spread them out and arrange them neatly, for example so that they can all be seen clearly.

If someone is laid up with an illness, the illness makes it necessary for them to stay in bed.

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Связанные термины:

lie: If you are lying somewhere, you are in a horizontal position and are not standing or sitting .

lay-by: A lay-by is a short strip of road by the side of a main road, where cars can stop for a while.

lay in: If you lay in an amount of something, you buy it and store it to be used later.

lay on: If you lay on something such as food, entertainment, or a service, you provide or supply it, especially in a generous or grand way.

lay to: to bring a vessel into a haven

lay up: If someone is laid up with an illness, the illness makes it necessary for them to stay in bed .

re-lay: to lift up (a carpet, floorboards, etc) and then attach them back to their usual permanent position

lay day: any of the days allowed for loading or unloading a ship without payment of extra charge

lay for: to be waiting to attack

lay low: to cause to fall by a blow

lay off: If workers are laid off, they are told by their employers to leave their job, usually because there is no more work for them to do.

lay out: If you lay out a group of things, you spread them out and arrange them neatly, for example so that they can all be seen clearly .

lay aside: If you lay something aside, you put it down, usually because you have finished using it or want to save it to use later .

lay away: to store or reserve for future use

lay bare: to reveal or explain

lay days: the number of days permitted for the loading or unloading of a ship without payment of demurrage

lay down: If you lay something down, you put it down, usually because you have finished using it.

lay into: To lay into someone or something means to start attacking or criticizing them.

lay open: to reveal or disclose

lay over: to postpone for future action

lay vicar: a member of a cathedral choir appointed to sing certain parts of the services

lay waste: to devastate or destroy

lay aboard: ( formerly ) to move alongside a warship to board it

lay analyst: a person without medical qualifications who practises psychoanalysis

lay before: If you lay an idea or piece of information before someone, you present it to them in detail, usually in order to obtain their approval or advice .

lay brother: a man who has taken the vows of a religious order but is not ordained and not bound to divine office

lay figure: an artist's jointed dummy, used in place of a live model, esp for studying effects of drapery

lay it on: to exaggerate, esp when flattering

lay people: → lay person

lay person: A lay person is a person who is not trained, qualified, or experienced in a particular subject or activity.

lay reader: a person licensed by a bishop to conduct religious services other than the Eucharist

lay sister: a woman who has taken the vows of a religious order but is not ordained and not bound to divine office

lay an egg: if something lays an egg, it fails because people are not interested in it or do not want it

lay preacher: a preacher who is not a member of the clergy

lay sb low: If a disease or illness lays you low, it makes you weak or ill .

ordinary lay: the form of lay found in a cable-laid rope

lay a course: to sail on a planned course without tacking

lay claim to: to assert one's possession of or right to

lay hands on: to seize or get possession of

lay hold of: to seize or grasp

lay siege to: to besiege (a city, etc)

lay sth bare: If you lay bare something or someone, you reveal or expose them.

lay store by: to value or reckon as important

lay to rest: to bury (a dead person)

lie in: If you have a lie-in, you rest by staying in bed later than usual in the morning.

lie to: (of a vessel) to be hove to with little or no swinging

lie up: to go into or stay in one's room or bed, as through illness

lay about one: to deliver blows on all sides; strike out in every direction

lay waste (to): to destroy; devastate ; make desolate

give odds: to offer a bet with favourable odds

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Однокоренные слова:

lay about - размахивать
lay aside - откладывать, откладывать в сторону, приберегать, бросать, отказываться
lay away - откладывать на будущее, сберегать, резервировать, откладывать
lay back - отводить назад, расслабиться, успокоиться, наклоняться назад
lay by - откладывать, приберегать, откладывать в сторону
lay down - сложить, устанавливать, закладывать, укладывать, класть, утверждать, оставлять
lay in - заготовить, запасать
lay off - увольнять, снять с работы, переставать, прекращать, отдыхать, снимать одежду
lay on - накладывать, прокладывать, облагать, наносить краску, подводить
lay out - выкладывать, раскладывать, размещать, вынимать, разбивать, планировать, выставлять
lay over - покрывать, задерживаться, прерывать путешествие, получать преимущество
lay up - копить, откладывать, запасать, выводить временно из строя, припрятывать

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