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An interesting question is whether this expression has now finally enshrined "laid" as the 'real' past participle of "to lie". I don't think the expression "lain back" exists. Or are we to take "laid" as passive, something which has been done to the laid-back person?
Anonymous:it means that you're very easy-going, you don't get mad easily, and you go with the flow.
Anonymous:COULD U GIVE ,ME A SENTENCE ABOUT THE BEACH USING LAID TO GET AN IDEA
Anonymous:good sentence, so clear to show the meaning
Anonymous:Laid back = not tense, easy-going, calm, relaxed.
Anonymous:i guess laid back or lay back mean its in a slow pace. e.g comparing city to a country
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