Lay a trip on someone

verb phrase

To attribute something to someone; burden someone with something; accuse someone of something: But if you try and lay a trip on somebody through psychoanalysis, it’s nonsense/ Don’t lay this scene on me. I did the best I could/ Vote for Walker. But don’t lay any undue trips on him (1960s+ Counterculture fr black)


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