Phrasal verbs - Meaning of lay over

Phrasal verbs

What does lay over mean?

Here is the meaning of lay over with examples:

"lay over"


1. To make an intermediary stop somewhere, especially between airplane flights.
As a noun, a layover means a stop somewhere for a short time during a long trip.
2. To delay or postpone something.


Check the phrasal verb lay over in a sentence:

1. We laid over for two hours in London on our way home.
2. The flight from Toronto to Paris made a layover in London.
3. We will have to lay over the rest of the work until tomorrow. We are not in a hurry.

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