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ESL/EFL Test #835 "Downsizing", question 1

Some companies are forced to ......... employees in order to avoid economic failure and future bankruptcies.

(a) lay off
(b) lose down
(c) put down
(d) lose out

English Language Proficiency Tests, Advanced Level

ESL/EFL Test #835 "Downsizing", answer 1

Some companies are forced to lay off employees in order to avoid economic failure and future bankruptcies.

Correct answer: (a) lay off
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I think of the verb of " lay off " am I right?
If yes the sentence will be:
Some companies are forced to lay off employees in order to avoid economic failure and bankruptcies.
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