(in parts of Scotland and Ireland, formerly) a patch in which potatoes were cultivated by laying them on the surface and covering them with kelp and with soil from a trench on either side of the bed
[ley-zee-bohnz] /ˈleɪ ziˌboʊnz/ noun, (usually used with a singular verb) Informal. 1. a person. /ˈleɪzɪˌbəʊnz/ noun 1. (informal) a lazy person n. 1590s, from lazy + plural of bone (n.). noun An indolent person; slugabed (1593+)
- Lazy daisy stitch
noun 1. an embroidery stitch consisting of a long chain stitch, usually used in making flower patterns
- Lazy evaluation
reduction An evaluation strategy combining normal order evaluation with updating. Under normal order evaluation (outermost or call-by-name evaluation) an expression is evaluated only when its value is needed in order for the program to return (the next part of) its result. Updating means that if an expression’s value is needed more than once (i.e. it […]
noun, Informal. 1. the deviating eye in . 2. an amblyopic eye. 3. . 4. .