Definition for re-laid (2 of 2)
verb (used with object), re-laid, re-lay·ing.
Can be confusedre-lay relay
Examples from the Web for re-laid
This does not mean that the roof must be re-laid if otherwise tight and sound.
The paving of footway in Manor Gardens taken up and re-laid.
The crossing in Sloane Square (eastward of late the site of the Indicator) re-laid and increased in width.
The old floor was re-laid with narrow boards over which are laid Daghestan rugs; Mission furniture is used.Remodeled Farmhouses|Mary H. Northend
Has frost worked such havoc that some sections must be re-laid?