Definition of laid-low in English:

laid-low

adjective

  • That has been laid low, especially as a result of sickness or misfortune.

Origin

Late 18th century; earliest use found in Anne Hughes (fl. 1784–1816). From laid, past participle of lay + low, after to lay low.

Pronunciation

laid-low

/ˌleɪdˈləʊ/