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  1. Laid definition is - past tense and past participle of lay.

  2. The first clause of the same section empowers Congress "to lay and collect taxes, duties, imposts and excises"; and the second clause of the tenth section of the same article declares that, "NO STATE SHALL, without the consent of Congress, lay any imposts or duties on imports or exports, except for the purpose of executing its inspection laws.".

  3. simple past tense and past participle of lay 1.

  4. Feb 09,  · "Laid" wanders rather contrived and distasteful territory. Its renewal for a second season is more an indictment of the Australian television industry than a credit to the series. While there are several genuine laughs in each episode, Roo is such a loathsome central character that we tend to keep her at arm's length to just observe/10(7).

  5. 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.

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  7. Sep 27,  · LAID is the past tense of the verb “to lay” which usually means “to set something down”, while LAYED is an archaic word that nobody uses anymore.

  8. Lay is a verb that commonly means “to put or set (something) down.” Lie is a verb that commonly means “to be in or to assume a horizontal position” (or “to make an untrue statement,” but we’ll focus on the first definition). In other words, lay takes a direct object, and lie does not.

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