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She took the puppy out of her laps.

She took the puppy out from between her laps.

I just want to say there is a puppy in her laps, and she took it out.

What is the best way to phrase the sentence?

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Jae Heun LimShe took the puppy out of her laps. lap. ...
What is the best way to phrase the sentence?

As shown above. Also, off her lap.

'lap', not 'laps'. There is no 'laps' in that sense in English.

CJ

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