to arrive somewhere and wait some time before continuing on a journey
We will have to lay over in London for nine hours before we continue on our trip.
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)
lead (someone) by the nose
lead (someone) down the garden path
not all (someone or something) is cracked up to be
hang out with (someone)
in one ear and out the other
cards are stacked against (someone)
get the day off
with each passing day
put (something) on paper
fish for a compliment
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