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Detailed Synonyms for lie in English

lie:

to lie verb (lies, lay, lying)

  1. to lie
    – tell an untruth; pretend with intent to deceive 1
    to lie
    – tell an untruth; pretend with intent to deceive 1
    • lie verb (lies, lay, lying)
      • Don't lie to your parents1
      • She lied when she told me she was only 291
    to fib
    • fib verb (fibs, fibbed, fibbing)
  2. to lie
    – tell an untruth; pretend with intent to deceive 1
    to lie
    – tell an untruth; pretend with intent to deceive 1
    • lie verb (lies, lay, lying)
      • Don't lie to your parents1
      • She lied when she told me she was only 291
    to dodge; to cheat
    • dodge verb (dodges, dodged, dodging)
    • cheat verb (cheats, cheated, cheating)
  3. to lie
    – tell an untruth; pretend with intent to deceive 1
    to lie
    – tell an untruth; pretend with intent to deceive 1
    • lie verb (lies, lay, lying)
      • Don't lie to your parents1
      • She lied when she told me she was only 291
    to fabricate; to fib; to make up
    • fabricate verb (fabricates, fabricated, fabricating)
    • fib verb (fibs, fibbed, fibbing)
    • make up verb (makes up, made up, making up)
  4. to lie
    – tell an untruth; pretend with intent to deceive 1
    to lie
    – tell an untruth; pretend with intent to deceive 1
    • lie verb (lies, lay, lying)
      • Don't lie to your parents1
      • She lied when she told me she was only 291
  5. to lie
    – be located or situated somewhere; occupy a certain position 1
    to be situated
    to lie
    – be located or situated somewhere; occupy a certain position 1
    • lie verb (lies, lay, lying)
  6. to lie
    – be located or situated somewhere; occupy a certain position 1
    to lie
    – be located or situated somewhere; occupy a certain position 1
    • lie verb (lies, lay, lying)
  7. to lie
    – be lying, be prostrate; be in a horizontal position 1
    to lie
    – be lying, be prostrate; be in a horizontal position 1
    • lie verb (lies, lay, lying)
      • The sick man lay in bed all day1
      • the books are lying on the shelf1
  8. to lie
    – assume a reclining position 1
    to lie; lie down
    – assume a reclining position 1
    • lie verb (lies, lay, lying)
    • lie down verb
      • lie down on the bed until you feel better1
  9. to lie
    – originate (in) 1
    to lie; to dwell; lie in; consist
    – originate (in) 1
    • lie verb (lies, lay, lying)
    • dwell verb (dwells, dwelt, dwelling)
      • The problems dwell in the social injustices in this country1
    • lie in verb
    • consist verb
  10. to lie
    – have a place in relation to something else 1
    to lie; to rest
    – have a place in relation to something else 1
    • lie verb (lies, lay, lying)
      • The fate of Bosnia lies in the hands of the West1
      • The responsibility rests with the Allies1
    • rest verb (rests, rested, resting)
      • The responsibility rests with the Allies1
  11. to lie
    – be and remain in a particular state or condition 1
    to lie
    – be and remain in a particular state or condition 1
    • lie verb (lies, lay, lying)
      • lie dormant1

Conjugations for lie:

present
  1. lie
  2. lie
  3. lies
  4. lie
  5. lie
  6. lie
simple past
  1. lay
  2. lay
  3. lay
  4. lay
  5. lay
  6. lay
present perfect
  1. have lain
  2. have lain
  3. has lain
  4. have lain
  5. have lain
  6. have lain
past continuous
  1. was lying
  2. were lying
  3. was lying
  4. were lying
  5. were lying
  6. were lying
future
  1. shall lie
  2. will lie
  3. will lie
  4. shall lie
  5. will lie
  6. will lie
continuous present
  1. am lying
  2. are lying
  3. is lying
  4. are lying
  5. are lying
  6. are lying
subjunctive
  1. be lain
  2. be lain
  3. be lain
  4. be lain
  5. be lain
  6. be lain
diverse
  1. lie!
  2. let's lie!
  3. lain
  4. lying
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

lie [the ~] noun

  1. the lie
    – a statement that deviates from or perverts the truth 1
    the lie
    – a statement that deviates from or perverts the truth 1
    • lie [the ~] noun
    the deceit; the deception; the falsehood; the untruth; the cheating; the fooling
  2. the lie
    – a statement that deviates from or perverts the truth 1
    the lie; the prevarication
    – a statement that deviates from or perverts the truth 1
  3. the lie
    – position or manner in which something is situated 1
    the lie
    – position or manner in which something is situated 1
    • lie [the ~] noun

Translation Matrix for lie:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
cheat Bromus secalinus; Lolium temulentum; bearded darnel; beguiler; blackmail; cheat; cheater; cheating; chess; circumventer; con man; darnel; deceiver; misleader; rig; slicker; swindle; swindler; tare; trickster
cheating cheating; deceit; deception; falsehood; fooling; lie; untruth cheat; cheating; corruption; corruptions; deceit; deception; defalcation; double-cross; embezzlement; fencing; fraud; malversation; malversations; mess; swindle; swindling; trickery
deceit cheating; deceit; deception; falsehood; fooling; lie; untruth cheating; con; deceit; deception; dissembling; dissimulation; double-cross; falseness; falsity; fraud; frauds; fraudulence; illegitimacy; misrepresentation; spuriousness; swindle; swindling; trickery
deception cheating; deceit; deception; falsehood; fooling; lie; untruth cheating; con; conjuration; conjuring trick; deceit; deception; dissembling; dissimulation; double-cross; fraud; frauds; illusion; legerdemain; magic; magic trick; misrepresentation; swindle; swindling; thaumaturgy; trick
dodge cleverness; contrivance; dodge; dodging; lure; ruse; scheme; smartness; stratagem; wiliness
falsehood cheating; deceit; deception; falsehood; fooling; lie; untruth falsehood; falsification; falsity; untruth
fib delusion; fable; fairytale; fib; fiction; little lie; old wive's tale; story; tale; taradiddle; tarradiddle
fooling cheating; deceit; deception; falsehood; fooling; lie; untruth
lie cheating; deceit; deception; falsehood; fooling; lie; prevarication; untruth
prevarication lie; prevarication equivocation; evasiveness; fabrication; lying; prevarication
rest balance; deposit; dregs; ease; eternal rest; eternal sleep; half-time score; last bit; lees; quietus; relaxation; relief; remainder; remnant; repose; residual; residue; residuum; respite; rest; rest period; sediment; sleep; sludge; the last bit
untruth cheating; deceit; deception; falsehood; fooling; lie; untruth falsehood; falsity; untruth
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
be situated be situated; lie
cheat cheat; dodge; lie betray; cheat; cheat on; chicane; chisel; chouse; con; cuckold; deceive; diddle; fool; gull; hoodwink; jockey; rip off; screw; shaft; spoof; swindle; trick; wander; woodwink
consist consist; dwell; lie; lie in comprise; consist
dodge cheat; dodge; lie dodge
dwell consist; dwell; lie; lie in be; brood; dwell; hang out; harp; inhabit; live; populate; reside
fabricate fabricate; fib; lie; make up construct; cook up; develop; fabricate; invent; make; make ready for construction; make up; manufacture; produce
fib fabricate; fib; lie; make up fib
lie be situated; cheat; consist; dodge; dwell; fabricate; fib; lie; lie down; lie in; make up; rest
lie down lie; lie down
lie in consist; dwell; lie; lie in lie in
make up fabricate; fib; lie; make up be; catch up with; compensate; comprise; conciliate; constitute; contribute; contrive; cook up; correct; counterbalance; devise; even off; even out; even up; fabricate; invent; make; make good; make up; manufacture; patch up; patch up a quarrel; pay; pay off; put on make-up; reconcile; rectify; represent; settle; share in the costs
rest lie; rest breathe; catch one's breath; perch; pillow; remain; repose; reside; rest; roost; stay; take a breather; take a rest
AdjectiveRelated TranslationsOther Translations
cheating adulterous; cheating; dirty; foul; two-timing; unsporting; unsportsmanlike
fooling casual; fooling
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
cheat cheat; fraud; swindle
cheating cheating; swindle
dodge dodge; obeisance; prevarication; winding
dwell abide; dwell; sojourn
fib fib; tell a fib
lie down go out; lie down
make up make up; reconcile; settle
prevarication dodge; pretext; prevarication

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Related Definitions for "lie":

  1. a statement that deviates from or perverts the truth1
  2. position or manner in which something is situated1
  3. tell an untruth; pretend with intent to deceive1
    • Don't lie to your parents1
    • She lied when she told me she was only 291
  4. be lying, be prostrate; be in a horizontal position1
    • The sick man lay in bed all day1
    • the books are lying on the shelf1
  5. assume a reclining position1
  6. originate (in)1
  7. be located or situated somewhere; occupy a certain position1
  8. have a place in relation to something else1
    • The fate of Bosnia lies in the hands of the West1
    • The responsibility rests with the Allies1
  9. be and remain in a particular state or condition1
    • lie dormant1

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