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From the verb phrase lay down.
- (usually uncountable) The act of laying something down
- (publishing) A physical mockup or layout of a page design
- (military) A pattern of deployment
- (bridge) A hand which is so strong that the declarer can simply expose it and claim the number of tricks required by his or her contract
- 2008, December 26, “Phillip Alder”, in Set the Toys Aside and Listen to What the Cards Are Saying:
- North-South rested in five spades, with grand slams in spades and clubs laydown.
- (fishing) A tree fallen in water, where anglers might target fish
- 2007, February 7, “Tim Tucker”, in 10 tips for fishing fallen trees:
- The most important thing to consider when fishing laydowns is to perfectly position your boat before making your very first cast