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1bay/ˈbeɪ/noun
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1bay
/ˈbeɪ/
noun
pluralbays
Learner's definition of BAY  
[count]
: a large area of water that is part of an ocean or lake and partly surrounded by land
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2bay/ˈbeɪ/noun
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2bay
/ˈbeɪ/
noun
pluralbays
Learner's definition of BAY  
[count]
: a section of a ship, airplane, etc., that is used for a special purpose (such as storing things)
: a section of a room or building
— see also bay window
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3bay/ˈbeɪ/noun
3bay
/ˈbeɪ/
noun
Learner's definition of BAY  

at bay

: in the position of being unable to move closer while attacking or trying to approach someone— used with keep or hold— often used figuratively
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4bay/ˈbeɪ/noun
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4bay
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Learner's definition of BAY  
[count]
: a kind of European tree that has leaves which are used in cooking
— see also bay leaf
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5bay/ˈbeɪ/noun
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5bay
/ˈbeɪ/
noun
pluralbays
Learner's definition of BAY  
[count]
: a horse that is a reddish-brown color
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— bay

adjective,of a horse
6bay/ˈbeɪ/verb
baysbayedbaying
6bay
/ˈbeɪ/
verb
baysbayedbaying
Learner's definition of BAY  
[no object]
: to bark with long sounds
: to shout or cry out in a loud and often angry way
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