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doss

verb [I usually + adv/prep] uk   /dɒs/  us   /dɑːs/ UK slang
to sleep outside or in an empty building because you have no home and no money: She was dossing in doorways until the police picked her up.
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(also doss down) to sleep somewhere without a bed: Can I doss down at your house tonight, after the party?
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doss

noun [S] uk   /dɒs/  us   /dɑːs/ UK slang
a doss an activity that is easy or does not need hard work
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