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To hand over or expend as payment
“They then lay out vast sums in the purchase of equipment for their factory.”
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To design, organize or arrange something in a methodical manner
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“Figure out what you need, identify where you need to go to get those needs met, and lay out a plan for getting what you need.”
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To arrange or set in some sort of order
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“When I suggested that we set the table, she eased herself up from her seat to help me lay out the cutlery and napkins.”
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To display or show (something) for others to see
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“The architect would then lay out his latest plans and sketches.”
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To explain something clearly and carefully
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“The President and his team are going to lay out the details of their strategy on the housing crisis very soon.”
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To knock down (a person)
“In a fair fight, I'd lay him out on the floor.”
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Explain
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To organize in a particular way
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To provide details via some form of printed material
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To pay out, to hand over
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To cease to have or retain something
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(of a settlement) To plan and begin the building of
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To design or plan an approach for a given task or project
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To have furnished with, or caused to be present
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To have designed or planned an approach for a given task or project
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To untwist the strands of something entwined
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To position or place something in a particular place or spot
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(of a material) To stretch or open out
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To complain, speak or write about with great hostility
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To reference as an example of
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To create a list or enumerated account of
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To have displayed or exhibited something
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To spend or invest (a lot of) money
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To preserve (a corpse) from decay, originally with spices and now usually by arterial injection of a preservative
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To give a summary of
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To bury in a grave
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To defeat, subdue or overcome with superior strength
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To criticize or reprimand (someone) severely
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