美音：/ˌleɪd ˈbæk/，英音：/ˌleɪd ˈbæk/
With a wave from my laid-back parents, I got on a bus and arrived at the lovely hillside campus.
“AA,” his latest song climbing the country radio charts, has a laid-back tone directly in contrast with candid lyrics about the challenges of sobriety.
The audience — a diverse crowd in laid-back looks that resembled the fashion-forward cast of “Euphoria” — ate up each lyric and gesture, singing along to every word.
unhurried and relaxed
Someone who’s laid-back is relaxed and at ease. A laid-back dog owner always stays calm, even when her dog jumps up on the dining room table.
The opposite of laid-back is uptight. While a laid-back babysitter pretty much lets his charges do whatever they feel like, an uptight babysitter might make a schedule for doing chores, eating, and a strict bedtime. A laid-back party is often much more fun than a formal, dressy event, since people can wear whatever they’re comfortable in and enjoy chatting with each other. Laid-back was coined in the 1970s, possibly from the slouchy posture of motorcycle riders.
悠闲的反面是紧张。虽然一个悠闲的保姆几乎可以让他的孩子随心所欲，但一个紧张的保姆可能会为做家务、吃饭和严格的就寝时间制定一个时间表。悠闲的聚会通常比正式的、盛装的活动有趣得多，因为人们可以穿任何他们觉得舒服的衣服，并享受彼此聊天的乐趣。悠闲是在 1970 年代创造的，可能来自摩托车骑手的懒散姿势。
Decorated with photos of the Rat Pack set, Lucky’s Lounge creates a popular and laid-back hideaway, part dive-bar, part throwback to your parents’ wood-paneled rec room.
Lucky's Lounge 装饰有 Rat Pack 套装的照片，营造出一个受欢迎且悠闲的世外桃源，部分是潜水酒吧，部分是回到您父母的木镶板娱乐室。
—36 Hours in Boston by Ethan Gilsdorf
It’s impressive, but it still sounds as if Dana is reluctant to leave her laid-back musical comfort zone.
这令人印象深刻，但听起来 Dana 仍然不愿意离开她悠闲的音乐舒适区。
—Simphiwe Dana: Kulture Noir ? review by ???
His Christmas record is laid-back and cleverly written, with arrangements for three horns including Fred Wesley, his colleague from the James Brown days.
他的圣诞唱片悠闲而巧妙，安排了三个喇叭，包括他在詹姆斯布朗时代的同事 Fred Wesley。
—For New Holiday Albums, It Takes All Kinds by Jon Caramanica, Jon Pareles, Ben Ratliff and Nate Chinen
laid (adj.)"put or set down," 17c. adjectival use of past tense and past participle of lay (v.). Laid-up "injured, sick, incapacitated," originally was a nautical term (1769) describing a ship moored in harbor. Laid off "temporarily unemployed" is from 1916 (see layoff). Slang get laid "have sex" (with someone) attested from 1952, American English. Laid-back (adj.) "relaxed" is first attested 1973, perhaps in reference to the posture of highway motorcyclists.Related entries & more
放置（adj.）“放置或放下”，17c。过去时和过去分词的形容词使用（v.）。 Laid-up “受伤、生病、丧失能力”最初是一个航海术语（1769 年），用于描述停泊在港口的船只。下岗“暂时失业”是从 1916 年开始的（见下岗）。从 1952 年开始，美国英语就证明了俚语“与某人发生性关系”（与某人发生性关系）。悠闲（形容词）“放松”于 1973 年首次被证实，可能是指高速公路摩托车手的姿势。相关条目及更多
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