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sleep over

informal
phrasal verb with sleep uk   us   /sliːp/ verb (slept, slept)
to sleep in someone else's home for a night: If you don't want to catch a train home at that time of night, you're welcome to sleep over.
Translations of “sleep over”
in Chinese (Traditional) 在別人家過夜,留宿…
in Russian ночевать у кого-либо…
in Turkish başkasının evinde kalmak/yatmak/uyumak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 在别人家过夜,留宿…
in Polish zostać na noc…
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