lay one`s cards on the table
to let someone know one`s position and feelings openly, to deal honestly with something
The employee decided to lay his cards on the table and tell his boss about the job offer from the other company.
lay out (money) or lay (money) out
lay out (something) or lay (something) out
lay the blame on (someone or something)
lay the groundwork for (something)
lay up (a vessel) or lay (a vessel) up
lay up (something) or lay (something) up
lay waste (to something) or lay (something) to waste
lay/light into (someone)
lay/light into (something)
grasp at straws
toe the line
bowl (someone) over or bowl over (someone)
in a hurry
follow one's nose
way the wind blows
rise to the bait
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