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interlay

vb, -lays, -laying or -laid (-ˈleɪd)
(tr) to insert (layers) between; interpose: to interlay gold among the silver; to interlay the silver with gold.
n
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) material, such as paper, placed between a printing plate and its base, either all over in order to bring it up to type height, or in places in order to achieve the correct printing pressure all over the plate

in•ter•lay

(ˌɪn tərˈleɪ)

v.t. -laid, -lay•ing.
1. to lay between; interpose.
2. to diversify with something laid between or inserted.
[1600–10]

interlay


Past participle: interlaid
Gerund: interlaying

Imperative
interlay
interlay
Present
I interlay
you interlay
he/she/it interlays
we interlay
you interlay
they interlay
Preterite
I interlaid
you interlaid
he/she/it interlaid
we interlaid
you interlaid
they interlaid
Present Continuous
I am interlaying
you are interlaying
he/she/it is interlaying
we are interlaying
you are interlaying
they are interlaying
Present Perfect
I have interlaid
you have interlaid
he/she/it has interlaid
we have interlaid
you have interlaid
they have interlaid
Past Continuous
I was interlaying
you were interlaying
he/she/it was interlaying
we were interlaying
you were interlaying
they were interlaying
Past Perfect
I had interlaid
you had interlaid
he/she/it had interlaid
we had interlaid
you had interlaid
they had interlaid
Future
I will interlay
you will interlay
he/she/it will interlay
we will interlay
you will interlay
they will interlay
Future Perfect
I will have interlaid
you will have interlaid
he/she/it will have interlaid
we will have interlaid
you will have interlaid
they will have interlaid
Future Continuous
I will be interlaying
you will be interlaying
he/she/it will be interlaying
we will be interlaying
you will be interlaying
they will be interlaying
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been interlaying
you have been interlaying
he/she/it has been interlaying
we have been interlaying
you have been interlaying
they have been interlaying
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been interlaying
you will have been interlaying
he/she/it will have been interlaying
we will have been interlaying
you will have been interlaying
they will have been interlaying
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been interlaying
you had been interlaying
he/she/it had been interlaying
we had been interlaying
you had been interlaying
they had been interlaying
Conditional
I would interlay
you would interlay
he/she/it would interlay
we would interlay
you would interlay
they would interlay
Past Conditional
I would have interlaid
you would have interlaid
he/she/it would have interlaid
we would have interlaid
you would have interlaid
they would have interlaid
Translations
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These needles were interlaid to form the structural body of the nest and also to level any low points in the earthen floor of the cavity.
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Since the Korean economy is interlaid with the chaebol, which dominate large chunks of GDP, you could get a massive bankruptcy because of a liquidity crisis, which would cause big social unrest.
In Fiala's setting, Agnes's part is recited (Ivana Valesova) and interlaid with soprano arias (Lea Vitkova), while St Francis's answers are sung by a male chorus.
Reducing architecture to detail, Hornig proposes a parallel between the geometry of minimal art and the isolated forms of the various elements in an architectonic ensemble; alienated from their original architectural context, these elem ents can be seen as fittings interlaid between public and private realms.