Translations into Tagalog:
lay (a cable)
(transitive, archaic) To cause to subside or abate.
A ballad or sung poem; a short poem or narrative, usually intended to be sung.
A casual sexual partner.
Simple past of lie when pertaining to position.
to place something down in a position of rest
To set or place an object in a different place than it original was.
(nonstandard or colloquial) the lay of the land (rather than the standard the lie of the land)
Arrangement or relationship; layout.
The direction a rope is twisted.
(transitive) To place something down in a position of rest.
(transitive) To install certain building materials, laying one thing on top of another.
(proscribed) To be in a horizontal position; to lie.
To place down in a position of rest, or in a horizontal position.
place (in position)
(transitive) To wager that an event will not take place.
to prepare groundwork, table etc.
Not belonging to the clergy, but associated with them.
to leave something somewhere
(transitive) To produce and deposit an egg.
(transitive, slang) To have sex with.
to install certain building materials
(transitive) To prepare (a plan, project etc.); to set out, establish (a law, principle).
(transitive) To leave something somewhere.
Non-professional; not being a member of an organized institution.
to deposit an egg
to have sex with