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lam



Pronunciation: (lam), [key]
v., lammed, lam•ming.
Slang.

v.t.
to beat; thrash.

v.i.
to beat; strike; thrash (usually fol. by out or into).

lam



Pronunciation: (lam), [key]
n., v., lammed, lam•ming.
Slang.

n.
1. a hasty escape; flight.
2. on the lam, escaping, fleeing, or hiding, esp. from the police: He's been on the lam ever since he escaped from jail.
3. take it on the lam, to flee or escape in great haste: The swindler took it on the lam and was never seen again.

v.i.
to run away quickly; escape; flee: I'm going to lam out of here as soon as I've finished.

lām



Pronunciation: (läm), [key]
n.
the 23rd letter of the Arabic alphabet.

Lam



Pronunciation: (läm, lam), [key]
n.
Wi•fre•do Pronunciation: (wi-frā'dō) [key] or Wil•fre•doPronunciation: (wil-frā'dō), [key] 1902–82, Cuban painter in Europe.

Lam.




Lamentations.

lam.




laminated.

Random House Unabridged Dictionary, Copyright © 1997, by Random House, Inc., on Infoplease.

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