lay low

lay low  {v.}
1. To knock down; to force into a lying position; to put out of action.
Many trees were laid low by the storm.
Jane was laid low by the flu.
2. To kill.
The hunters laid low seven pheasants.
3. See: LIE LOW.
Categories: verb

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