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get laid

vulgar slang To have sexual intercourse (with someone). He's always so uptight. He needs to get laid.
See also: get, laid

lay

1. vulgar slang, verb To have sexual intercourse (with someone). Used especially in the passive construction "get laid." As a teenager, I worried and thought about getting laid nearly constantly. It was at that point in the date that she decided she wanted to lay him.
2. vulgar slang, noun An act or instance of sexual intercourse. It's been way too long since my last lay. I refuse to go on a date with anyone who's just looking for a lay.
3. vulgar slang, noun A person with whom one has or might have sexual intercourse. I heard he was a good lay.

get laid

to have sexual intercourse. (Use caution.) Tommy wanted nothing more out of life than to get laid.
See also: get, laid

laid

1. and layed mod. drug intoxicated. (see also laid out.) Man, did I get myself laid.
2. mod. copulated with. (Usually objectionable.) If you come home laid, don’t say I didn’t warn you.

lay

1. tv. to copulate [with] someone. (Crude. Usually objectionable.) She laid him on the spot.
2. n. a sexual act. (Crude. Usually objectionable.) I could use a good lay about now.
3. n. a person considered as a potential sex partner. (Crude. Usually objectionable.) He actually said that she was a good lay.

lay (one's)

/a finger on
To locate; find: We haven't been able to lay a finger on those photos.

lay

/put to rest
1. To bury (a dead body); inter.
2. To resolve or settle (an issue, for example): The judge's ruling put to rest the dispute between the neighbors.
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The two authors adduce mutually reinforcing evidence for the signal role of women as initiators of new communities of lay women and as definers of their particular missions.
In many wasp and bee societies, workers are anatomically equipped to lay their own eggs, but rarely do so while their queen's alive.
Lies That Bind uses the format of a novel to lay out and illustrate the issues of a young gay boy coming to terms with his same-gender sexual orientation who can no longer play the "I'm-not-gay" game with his family that has resulted in severe depression.