Laid - definition, pronunciation, transcription
stones laid in a pattern
a carefully laid table with places set for four people
While the company laid off some employees, others had hopes of keeping their jobs.
He laid a gentle hand on her shoulder.
She laid the baby in his crib for a nap.
They laid him in his grave.
The egg will hatch about 10 days after it is laid.
She laid the book aside.
A surprising number of people were laid off at the factory.
...was laid in rest in God's acre, with a comforting view of the river he loved so much...
...they had collectively laid the groundwork for a new kind of art...
...a nodule on the leaf indicated that a worm had laid eggs there...
All nonessential personnel had to be laid off.
The President laid a wreath of flowers on the hero's grave.
It wasn't a deep laid plot.
They laid the boards flat.