One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Phrased so as to be easily understood, without the use of technical or obscure terms.‘the seminar will be presented in layman's terms’
- ‘To put it in layman's terms, it is just not as funny as it used to be.’
- ‘What this means in layman's terms is that on average, company values are about 38% lower now than they were 4 years ago.’
- ‘The surgery treated a superior labrum anterior-posterior lesion, which in layman's terms is a type of cyst which caused a build-up of fluid around the nerves in her right shoulder.’
- ‘He loves his job, and he wants to explain in layman's terms the sport's technical side.’
- ‘For the general public who are intrigued by the mysterious aspects of this practice and its lineage, an explanation in layman's terms will be offered.’
- ‘This work is described in layman's terms in the article.’
- ‘I had forgotten having told the builder they should be separate from the main contract, or in layman's terms, that I would be "buying them myself".’
- ‘While the book is not exactly written in laymen's terms, anyone who has the confidence to select their own stocks should be able to understand its concepts with no problem.’
- ‘They will explain things in layman's terms and work with you to not only help you reach the top but understand how you got there as well.’
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