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N-COUNT （人坐着时的）大腿部 If you have something on your lap when you are sitting down, it is on top of your legs and near to your body.
She waited quietly with her hands in her lap...
Hugh glanced at the child on her mother's lap.
N-COUNT （比赛中的）一圈 In a race, a competitor completes a lap when they have gone round a course once.
...that last lap of the race...
On lap two, Baker edged forward.
VERB （比赛中）对…完成套圈 In a race, if you lap another competitor, you go past them while they are still on the previous lap.
He was caught out while lapping a slower rider.
N-COUNT 一段路程；一段行程 A lap of a long journey is one part of it, between two points where you stop.
I had thought we might travel as far as Oak Valley, but we only managed the first lap of the journey.
VERB （水）轻拍，轻打 When water laps against something such as the shore or the side of a boat, it touches it gently and makes a soft sound.
...the water that lapped against the pillars of the boathouse...
With a rising tide the water was lapping at his chin before rescuers arrived...
VERB （动物）舐，舔 When an animal laps a drink, it uses short quick movements of its tongue to take liquid up into its mouth.
The cat lapped milk from a dish.
PHRASE （成败）难以预料，非人力所能左右 If you say that a situation is in the lap of the gods, you mean that its success or failure depends entirely on luck or on things that are outside your control.
They had to stop the operation, so at that stage my life was in the lap of the gods.
PHRASE 养尊处优；锦衣玉食 If you say that someone lives in the lap of luxury, you mean that they live in conditions of great comfort and wealth.
We don't live in the lap of luxury, but we're comfortable.