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Spanish translation of “lay”

lay

adjective /lei/
not a member of the clergy
laico
lay preachers.
not an expert or a professional (in a particular subject)
lego, no profesional
Doctors tend to use words that lay people don’t understand.
layman noun (plural laymen) a lay person
seglar, lego
Can you explain that to me in layman’s terms?
(Definition of lay from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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