English version

relaid

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrelaidre‧laid /riːˈleɪd/  x-refthe past tense and past participle of relay3
Examples from the Corpus
relaidThey were relaid and cars gained access in November that year.The pitch had recently been relaid and proved itself slow but uneven.The main line was relaid and run round facilities installed.The floor has been relaid and the room has been insulated for sound and completely renovated.This enabled much of the Promenade track to be relaid during the 1970s and the Fleetwood track in 1982-3.I cleared it out and relaid it this morning, fortunately.The flags are now to be numbered and lifted, and will then be relaid on a waterproof membrane.After backfilling, he neatly relaid the turf.
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