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lay around

verb To recline or loiter lazily; to loaf. (A common misspelling of "lie around.") You can't just lay around here all summer long. Either find a job and start paying rent, or find somewhere else to live. My friends and I always loved laying around at the lake near our neighborhood when we were kids.
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lie around

To recline or loiter lazily; to loaf. You can't just lie around here all summer long. Either find a job and start paying rent, or find somewhere else to live. My friends and I always loved lying around at the lake near our neighborhood when we were kids.
See also: around, lie

lay around

 and lay about
to lie around. (Common errors for lie about, lie around.) Don't just lay around all day! I need to lay around for a few days.
See also: around, lay

lie around (some place)

to recline some place; to spend some time lazily in some place. I think I will just lie around the house all day. I need to lie around every now and then.
See also: around, lie