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apply to lay on. [1/5 definitions]
bird an animal with two wings, two feet, and a body covered with feathers. Most birds can fly. Birds are warm-blooded animals with skeletons inside their bodies. Birds lay eggs with hard shells. Robins, eagles, chickens, and ostriches are a few of the many kinds of birds.
laid past tense and past participle of lay1.
lap2 to lay or fold over so as to cover another; overlap. [1/3 definitions]
map to lay out carefully (often followed by "out"). [1/3 definitions]
mine2 to lay bombs under. [1/5 definitions]
nest a structure used by a bird to lay eggs and rear young. Nests are built in trees and other protected places using materials such as twigs and mud. [2/5 definitions]
platypus a mammal with a wide bill, a long, flat tail, and webbed feet for swimming. Platypuses live near streams in Australia. They are one of only two kinds of mammals that lay eggs. They are sometimes called duck-billed platypuses.
reptile a cold-blooded animal with a skeleton inside its body and dry scales or hard plates on its skin. Most reptiles lay eggs with soft, leathery shells. Some kinds of reptiles live in water, but use their noses to breathe air into their lungs. Lizards, turtles, snakes, and crocodiles are kinds of reptiles. Most reptiles have short legs, but snakes creep on the ground without legs.
sod to lay with sod. [1/2 definitions]
trout a fish that usually lives in fresh water. Some sea trout live in the ocean but lay eggs in fresh water. Trout are related to salmon, have spots on their bodies, and are caught for food or sport.
worker a type of female ant, bee, or termite that cannot lay eggs and does most of the work for the insect colony it lives in. [1/2 definitions]