||(See a lady-killer)
||Lenny's Place is a laid-back kind of restaurant - casual.
||exposed, open for everyone to see
||During the trial, details of his personal life were laid bare.
||to be told by the manager that your job is canceled
||Billy was laid off because there's not enough work at the plant.
||sick, injured, not able to work
||Kelly was laid up for two weeks with a very bad cold.
||a person who is powerless or ineffectual because
he or she will soon be replaced
||We haven't seen a promising negotiation for peace in the Middle
East since Bill Clinton was a lame-duck president.
||foolish person, slow thinker, dipstick, jerk, dork
||Don't wait for his suggestion. He's a lamebrain.
|land on your feet
||be ready to work, be ready for action, hit the ground running
||We're looking for employees who land on their feet after facing a problem or challenge.
||come to rest at, stop at, end up
||If you take this boat you'll land up in Norway!
||a person who does not go to sea, a landlocked human, not salty
||You landlubber, Jack! I bet you've never been in a boat!