Idioms

lay up (something) or lay (something) up
to collect a supply of something, to save something for future use, to store something
We are planning to lay up some canned fruit for the winter.
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  • 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
  • lead (someone) on
  • lead (someone) on a merry chase
  • lead (someone) to (do something)
  • lead (someone) to believe (something)
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  • walk out of (something)
  • get (something) out in the open
  • good old days
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  • take a bow
  • pull one`s weight
  • the pick of (something)
  • cash-and-carry
  • beyond measure

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