range, array, lay out, set outverb
lay out orderly or logically in a line or as if in a line
"lay out the clothes"; "lay out the arguments"
roll, vagabond, set about, rank, ramble, get, set up, range, run, commence, stray, rove, get down, present, take off, place, browse, part, array, graze, cast, straddle, pasture, wander, depart, set off, grade, represent, start, begin, swan, align, tramp, crop, rate, set forth, drift, set, start out, order, roam, set out
set up, lay out, setverb
get ready for a particular purpose or event
"set up an experiment"; "set the table"; "lay out the tools for the surgery"
tack together, sic, put together, go under, dress, found, prepare, mark, instal, piece, tack, localize, range, fix, establish, put in, fructify, gear up, put up, present, place, frame, entrap, array, localise, arrange, define, specify, position, lay, correct, countersink, jell, plant, determine, coiffure, do, order, represent, erect, ensnare, raise, go down, coif, launch, pitch, ready, set up, put, effect, congeal, effectuate, install, rear, coiffe, assemble, limit, set, typeset, adjust, rig, pose, set out
spend or invest
"lay out thousands on gold"; "he laid out a fortune in the hope of making a huge profit"
present, represent, lay outverb
bring forward and present to the mind
"We presented the arguments to him"; "We cannot represent this knowledge to our formal reason"
portray, act, demo, make up, exhibit, present, show, acquaint, deliver, symbolize, award, confront, array, typify, be, exemplify, gift, stand for, play, give, defend, represent, stage, comprise, salute, pose, face, demonstrate, symbolise, interpret, correspond, set, set up, submit, constitute, map, introduce, set out, range
provide a detailed plan or design
"She laid out her plans for the new house"
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When I talk to my peer CEOs and other entrepreneurs, the sort of vision we lay out here and the ideas we profess, these are not crazily unique perspectives. I hear them from a lot of other CEOs and entrepreneurs, my hope is a future where it is not news when somebody becomes a PBC [public benefit company] -- it’s actually very typical.
She did a good job in the debate, for sure, she's a smart person, no doubt about that. But every chance she had to lay out a different approach than the one we're on now, she actually doubled or tripled down on it: more taxes, more regulation, more creating barriers on people's ability to rise up.
I think there is some areas where the company adopts timelines like they've adopted a timeline for increasing diversity numbers that are very strong, and in other areas there's just too much deliberation and not enough action, we tried to lay out a game plan for the company, but really the ball's in their court now.
Politicians can't lay out realistic or specific plans and people are disappointed with that and have decided not to vote.
We remain steadfast in our legally binding commitment to acquire Perrigo and have taken numerous concrete steps to lay out a clear and certain path towards completion.
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- ordenar, organizarSpanish
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