lie-in noun Meaning in Cambridge English Dictionary
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lie-innoun [C usually singular]

uk   us   /ˌlaɪˈɪn/ UK
a time when you stay in bed later than usual in the morning: I'm not working tomorrow so I can have a bit of a lie-in.
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