lay in something Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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lay in something

(past tense and past participle laid  /leɪd/ )
phrasal verb with lay  us   /leɪ/ verb (past tense and past participle laid  /leɪd/ )
to ​obtain and ​store something for ​later use: We’d ​better lay in plenty of ​food for the ​wintermonths.
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