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(also lay person) (plural lay people or laypersons) a LAYMAN or LAYWOMAN: The layperson cannot really understand mental illness.(also layperson)
1 a person who does not have expert knowledge of a particular subject: a book written for professionals and laymen alike + to explain sth in layman's terms (= in simple language)
2 a person who is a member of a Church but is not a priest or member of the CLERGY
See also - LAYWOMAN


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