lay something in

lay something in
Syn:
stock up with/on, stockpile, store (up), amass, hoard, stow (away), put aside/away/by, garner, squirrel away; informal salt away, stash away

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  • lay something up — 1》 see lay something in. 2》 take a ship or other vehicle out of service. → lay …   English new terms dictionary

  • lay something up — 1) see lay something in above 2) take a ship or other vehicle out of service our boats were laid up during the winter months 3) assemble layers in the arrangement required for the manufacture of plywood or other laminated material …   Useful english dictionary

  • lay something waste — lay something waste/lay waste to something/ phrase to cause very serious damage to a place, especially in a war Thesaurus: to destroy or severely damage somethingsynonym Main entry: lay * * * lay something (to) waste s …   Useful english dictionary

  • lay something at someone's door — lay something at someone’s door phrase to say that someone is responsible for something bad that has happened Congressman Bain lays the cover up at the door of the armed forces. Thesaurus: to make a criticism or accusationsynonym Main entry: lay… …   Useful english dictionary

  • lay something on thick (or with a trowel) — informal grossly exaggerate or overemphasize something. → lay …   English new terms dictionary

  • lay (something) on (someone) — to blame someone for something. Don t lay that on me! I wasn t even there when it happened …   New idioms dictionary

  • lay something to rest — lay (something) to rest to solve or end something. The trial will lay all worry to rest that the wrong man was accused of this crime …   New idioms dictionary

  • lay something on thick — ► lay something on thick (or with a trowel) informal grossly exaggerate or overemphasize something. Main Entry: ↑lay …   English terms dictionary

  • lay something on with a trowel — ► lay something on thick (or with a trowel) informal grossly exaggerate or overemphasize something. Main Entry: ↑lay …   English terms dictionary

  • lay waste to (or lay something (to) waste) — completely destroy. → waste …   English new terms dictionary

  • lay (something) at (someone's) door — to blame someone for something bad that has happened. The blame for their deaths was laid firmly at the government s door …   New idioms dictionary

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