Idioms

lay over
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.
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  • 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)
  • layaway plan
  • lead (someone) by the nose
  • lead (someone) down the garden path
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  • 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)
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  • poetic justice
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  • with each passing day
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