Postpone, as in This issue will have to be laid over until our next meeting. [Late 1800s]
Make a stop in the course of a journey, as in They had to lay over for two days in New Delhi until the next flight to Katmandu. This sense gave rise to the noun lay-over for such a stopover. [Late 1800s]
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