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lays is the plural of lay

 

About Plural and Feminine

Plural is a grammatical number, typically referring to more than one of the referent in the real world. In the English language, singular and plural are the only grammatical numbers.
Examples of plural forms: car - cars, boat - boats, house - houses, friend - friends.

lay  Verb
  1. Translate "lay" to Spanish: colocar, poner, situar
    English Synonyms of "lay": lay down, marshal, place, put, set, settle
    Define meaning of "lay": Put into a certain place or abstract location. ; Put in a horizontal position. ; Prepare or position for action or operation.
  2. Put your things here.
    Set the tray down.
    Set the dogs on the scent of the missing children.
    Place emphasis on a certain point.
    Lay the books on the table.
    Lay the patient carefully onto the bed.
    Lay a fire.
    Lay the foundation for a new health care plan.

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  3. Translate "lay" to Spanish: yacer
    English Synonyms of "lay": lie down, lie
    Define meaning of "lay": Assume a reclining position.

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  5. Translate "lay" to Spanish: poner
    English Synonyms of "lay": lay eggs
    Define meaning of "lay": Lay eggs.
  6. This hen doesn't lay.

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  7. Translate "lay" to Spanish: obsequiar, regalar
    English Synonyms of "lay": give away, grant, present, bestow, donate, give, give as a present
    Define meaning of "lay": Give as a present; make a gift of. ; Make a gift of.

  8. Translate "lay" to Spanish: apostar
    English Synonyms of "lay": bet, gamble, stake, wager, ante, go for, lay down
    Define meaning of "lay": Stake on the outcome of an issue.

lay  Noun
  1. Translate "lay" to Spanish: configuración
    English Synonyms of "lay": lay of the land, lie, lie of the land


  2. Translate "lay" to Spanish: canción, melodía, cantar, lay
    English Synonyms of "lay": song, tune, melody, chanson, refrain
    Define meaning of "lay": A narrative song with a recurrent refrain.

  3. Translate "lay" to Spanish: ocupación, oficio
    English Synonyms of "lay": chore, occupation, profession, task, line, line of work, office, pursuit
    Define meaning of "lay": A specific piece of work required to be done as a duty or for a specific fee.

  4. Translate "lay" to Spanish: acto sexual, acostón, cogida, polvo
    English Synonyms of "lay": beef injection, bounce-on, bouncy-bouncy, gash, ground rations, hookup, horizontal mambo, sexual act


  5. Translate "lay" to Spanish: persona considerada meramente como compañero sexual, persona considerada meramente como objeto sexual, persona considerada meramente como un compañero sexual
    English Synonyms of "lay": meat, person regarded merely as a sex partner, person considered merely as a sex partner, schtup, shtup, stup

lay  Adjective
  1. Translate "lay" to Spanish: lego, laical, laico, secular, seglar, no perteneciente a una orden clerical
    English Synonyms of "lay": secular, undenominational, laical, nondenominational, laic, profane
    Define meaning of "lay": Concerning those not members of the clergy.
  2. Set his collar in laic rather than clerical position.
    The lay ministry.
    The choir sings both sacred and secular music.

Verb Conjugation for "lay"
Gerund: laying

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Conceptually-related expressions of "lays"
lay  Verb
  1. Translate "lay" to Spanish: colocar, poner, situar
    English Synonyms of "lay": lay down, marshal, place, put, set, settle
    Define meaning of "lay": Put into a certain place or abstract location. ; Put in a horizontal position. ; Prepare or position for action or operation.
  2. Put your things here.
    Set the tray down.
    Set the dogs on the scent of the missing children.
    Place emphasis on a certain point.
    Lay the books on the table.
    Lay the patient carefully onto the bed.
    Lay a fire.
    Lay the foundation for a new health care plan.

    [ + ] Quips, Quotes & Proverbs

  3. Translate "lay" to Spanish: yacer
    English Synonyms of "lay": lie down, lie
    Define meaning of "lay": Assume a reclining position.

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  5. Translate "lay" to Spanish: poner
    English Synonyms of "lay": lay eggs
    Define meaning of "lay": Lay eggs.
  6. This hen doesn't lay.

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  7. Translate "lay" to Spanish: obsequiar, regalar
    English Synonyms of "lay": give away, grant, present, bestow, donate, give, give as a present
    Define meaning of "lay": Give as a present; make a gift of. ; Make a gift of.

  8. Translate "lay" to Spanish: apostar
    English Synonyms of "lay": bet, gamble, stake, wager, ante, go for, lay down
    Define meaning of "lay": Stake on the outcome of an issue.

Verb Conjugation for "lay"
Gerund: laying

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Conceptually-related expressions of "lays"
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