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From Latin laxus (wide, roomy, loose)

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Lax (comparative laxer, superlative laxest)
  1. Lenient and allowing for deviation; not strict.
    The rules are fairly lax, but you have to know which ones you can bend.
  2. Loose; not tight or taut.
    The rope fell lax.

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Lax

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Lax (uncountable)
  1. lacrosse

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Lax [[Category:Patrono:Xdc nouns|Lax]]

  1. The edible wild purslane plant.

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lax m.

  1. salmon

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Inflection for Lax Singular Plural
common Indefinite Definite Indefinite Definite
Base form Lax Laxen Laxar Laxarna
Possessive form lax Laxens Laxars Laxarnas

lax c.

  1. salmon
  2. (slang) a bill with nominal value 1000 kronor or the corresponding amount of money

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