Drop into someone's lap

Drop into someone's lap
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  • drop into someone's lap — ► fall (or drop) into someone s lap be acquired by or happen to someone without any effort. Main Entry: ↑lap …   English terms dictionary

  • fall (or drop) into someone's lap — be acquired by or happen to someone without any effort. → lap …   English new terms dictionary

  • fall into someone's lap — drop/fall into/land in/someone’s lap phrase to suddenly happen or be given to someone without them having to make any effort This was a deal that just fell into my lap. Thesaurus: to happen quickly or unexpectedlysynonym Main entry: lap …   Useful english dictionary

  • fall into someone's lap — ► fall (or drop) into someone s lap be acquired by or happen to someone without any effort. Main Entry: ↑lap …   English terms dictionary

  • drop someone's lap — drop/fall into/land in/someone’s lap phrase to suddenly happen or be given to someone without them having to make any effort This was a deal that just fell into my lap. Thesaurus: to happen quickly or unexpectedlysynonym Main entry: lap …   Useful english dictionary

  • land in someone's lap — drop/fall into/land in/someone’s lap phrase to suddenly happen or be given to someone without them having to make any effort This was a deal that just fell into my lap. Thesaurus: to happen quickly or unexpectedlysynonym Main entry: lap …   Useful english dictionary

  • lap — Ⅰ. lap [1] ► NOUN ▪ the flat area between the waist and knees of a seated person. ● fall (or drop) into someone s lap Cf. ↑fall into someone s lap ● in someone s lap Cf. ↑in someone s lap …   English terms dictionary

  • lap — lap1 [lap] n. [ME lappe < OE læppa, fold or hanging part of a garment, skin; akin to Ger lappen < IE base * leb , lāb , to hang down > L labare, to totter, labi, to fall, sink, lapsus, a fall] 1. Now Rare the loose lower part of a… …   English World dictionary

  • lap — lap1 noun 1》 the flat area between the waist and knees of a seated person. 2》 archaic a hanging flap on a garment or a saddle. Phrases fall (or drop) into someone s lap be acquired by or happen to someone without any effort. in someone s lap as… …   English new terms dictionary

  • lap — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. fold, wrap; lick; overlap; ripple. See superiority, covering, drinking, touch. II (Roget s IV) n. 1. [The body from the waist to the knees when sitting] Syn. knees, legs, thighs, front, seat. 2. [The… …   English dictionary for students

  • lap — I UK [læp] / US noun Word forms lap : singular lap plural laps ** 1) [countable] the top half of your legs above your knees when you sit down on/in someone s lap: The cat settled on Christine s lap. He sat with his hands clasped in his lap. 2)… …   English dictionary


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