Is "lay down" a phrasal verb in the question:
Why don't you lay down for a while and get some rest?
or just a Verb + preposition? I checked the Longman "Phrasal Verbs" dictionary, there's a section for "lay down" but the definitions didn't have anything to do with resting. What I found in the dictionary:
- to officially establish a rule or way of doing something.
- to stop fighting, or agree to give up your weapons.
- to tell someone very firmly what they should or should not do, especially in a way that annoys or upsets them
- to establish something that will develop in the future
I'm just wondering if "lay down" really acts as a phrasal verb in the question I posted or not. Any suggestions are appreciated!