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Definition of "relaid" [re•laid]

  • Simple past tense and past participle of relay. (verb)

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Use "relaid" in a sentence
  • "He has also underlined his belief that the foundations of England's team need to be relaid, and that a new generation of young players should be trusted."
  • "After inspecting the San Siro pitch, with its strips of recently relaid turf down both flanks, Wenger criticised the surface on the eve of the match."
  • "The condition of the relaid San Siro turf was widely condemned, although Wenger did not seek to use it as an excuse."
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