Englisch-Deutsch Übersetzungen für das Wort: to lay down

auf Stapel legen
festlegen, festsetzen, festschreiben
umlegen (seitlich oder nach unten)
legen (hinlegen [Sache, Person])
abschnüren [naut.]
statuieren {v} [geh.] (bestimmen, festsetzen)


They endeavoured to raise the people in revolt, but Stefano di Poggio, a peaceable old man who had taken no hand in the rebellion, intervened and compelled them by his authority to lay down their arms; and he offered to be their mediator with Castruccio to obtain from him what they desired.
It would cost nothing to lay down if it were not.”
For a few seconds he faintly struggled with the man who had come to lay down his life for him; but, within a minute or so, he was stretched insensible on the ground.
I run across him in the woods about an hour or two ago, and he said if I hollered he’d cut my livers out—and told me to lay down and stay where I was; and I done it.
OF THE FIRST AND SECOND NATURALL LAWES, AND OF CONTRACTS Right Of Nature What Liberty What A Law Of Nature What Naturally Every Man Has Right To Everything The Fundamental Law Of Nature The Second Law Of Nature What it is to lay down a Right Renouncing (or) Transferring Right What; Obligation Duty Justice Not All Rights Are Alienable Contract What Covenant What Free-gift Signes Of Contract Expresse Signes Of Contract By Inference Free Gift Passeth By Words Of The Present Or Past Merit What Covenants Of Mutuall Trust, When Invalid Right To The End, Containeth Right To The Means No Covenant With Beasts Nor With God Without Speciall Revelation No Covenant, But Of Possible And Future Covenants How Made Voyd Covenants Extorted By Feare Are Valide The Former Covenant To One, Makes Voyd The Later To Another A Mans Covenant Not To Defend Himselfe, Is Voyd No Man Obliged To Accuse Himselfe The End Of An Oath; The Forme Of As Oath No Oath, But By God An Oath Addes Nothing To The Obligation CHAPTER XV.
The Second Law Of Nature From this Fundamentall Law of Nature, by which men are commanded to endeavour Peace, is derived this second Law; "That a man be willing, when others are so too, as farre-forth, as for Peace, and defence of himselfe he shall think it necessary, to lay down this right to all things; and be contented with so much liberty against other men, as he would allow other men against himselfe."
What it is to lay down a Right To Lay Downe a mans Right to any thing, is to Devest himselfe of the Liberty, of hindring another of the benefit of his own Right to the same.
As it is necessary for all men that seek peace, to lay down certaine Rights of Nature; that is to say, not to have libertie to do all they list: so is it necessarie for mans life, to retaine some; as right to governe their owne bodies; enjoy aire, water, motion, waies to go from place to place; and all things else without which a man cannot live, or not live well.
It is hard to lay down any hard and fast rules as to right and wrong but room for improvement all round there certainly is though every country, they say, our own distressful included, has the government it deserves.
And believe me on my honour that to me personally it would be a pleasure to hand over the supreme command of the army into the hands of a better informed and more skillful general—of whom Austria has so many—and to lay down all this heavy responsibility.

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Oral-Nummer {f} [sl.] (Fellatio) French lay [sl.]
auf Stapel legen to lay down
Laienschauspielerin {f} lay actress
den Tisch decken to lay the table
ausbreiten {v} (einzelne Gegenstände auf einer Fläche hinlegen, verteilen) to lay out
entlassen (Arbeitskräfte) to lay off [Am.]
aufreissen {v} [schweiz. Orthogr.] (anreissen mit Schablone) to lay out {v} (with template)