lie down Meaning in the Cambridge Essential American Dictionary
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Meaning of "lie down" in Essential American English Dictionary

lie down

phrasal verb with lie
 
/lɑɪ/
 
/lɑɪ/ verb, verb ( present participle lying, past tense and past participle lay, past participle lain, present participle lying, past tense and past participle lied)
A2 to move into a position in which your body is flat, usually in order to sleep or rest: I’m not feeling well – I’m going to lie down.
Translations of “lie down”
in Korean 눕다…
in Arabic يَرْقُد…
in Portuguese deitar-se…
in Catalan estirar-se…
in Japanese 横になって休む…
in Italian sdraiarsi, stendersi…
in Chinese (Traditional) 躺下…
in Russian ложиться, прилечь…
in Turkish yatmak, uzanmak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 躺下…
in Polish położyć się…
(Definition of lie down from the Websters Essential Mini Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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