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Translation of "doze" - English-Spanish dictionary

doze

verb /dəuz/
to sleep lightly for short periods
dormitar
The old lady dozed in her chair.
doze off phrasal verb to go into a light sleep
quedarse dormido
She dozed off while watching television.
Translations of “doze”
in Arabic يَنَام نَوماً خَفيفاً…
in Korean 깜빡 졸다…
in Malaysian tidur-tidur ayam…
in French sommeiller…
in Turkish kestirmek, şekerleme yapmak…
in Italian sonnecchiare, dormicchiare…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指白天)小睡,打盹…
in Russian дремать…
in Polish drzemać…
in Vietnamese ngủ lơ mơ…
in Portuguese cochilar…
in Thai งีบหลับ…
in German dösen…
in Catalan dormisquejar, fer una becaina…
in Japanese うとうとする…
in Indonesian terlelap…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指白天)小睡,打盹…
(Definition of doze from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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