||fortunate, lucky, rich etc.
||He has a full scholarship to go to university. He's laughing.
||(See the laughing stock)
||stolen money that has been invested or donated
||Do Mafia companies donate laundered money to the church?
||have sex with, get laid [B]
||Chuck brags about all the girls he's laid, but I don't believe him.
|lay a trip
||suggest guilt or blame or duty
||Don't lay a trip on me about low grades. I'm studying hard.
|lay down your arms
||stop fighting, bury the hatchet
||It's time to lay down your arms. Stop fighting with your sister.
|lay down your life for
||die for, be killed for
||Doug was killed in World War II. He laid down his life for Canada.
|lay eyes on
||see, look at
||She says she's my sister, but I've never laid eyes on her before.
|lay it on
||compliment, praise, a little thick
||The salesman is praising the new Camry. He's really laying it on.
|lay it on the line
||be truthful, the straight goods
||You can lay it on the line. I want to know if I passed or failed.