English version

lay something at the door of somebody/something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlay something at the door of somebody/somethinglay something at the door of somebody/something (also lay something at somebody’s door) to blame something or someone for something The continued divisions within the party cannot be laid entirely at his door. Many illnesses are being laid at the door of stress. lay
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