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Translation of "oversleep" - English-Spanish dictionary

oversleep

verb /əuvəˈsliːp/ ( past tense, past participle overslept)
to sleep longer than one intended
quedarse dormido, pegársele a uno las sábanas
He overslept and missed the train.
Translations of “oversleep”
in Arabic يَنام أكْثَر مِن الَّلازِم…
in Korean 늦잠자다…
in Malaysian kesiangan…
in French se réveiller (trop) tard…
in Turkish uyuyup kalmak…
in Italian dormire oltre l’ora prevista, non svegliarsi in tempo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 睡過頭, 睡得過久…
in Russian проспать…
in Polish zaspać…
in Vietnamese ngủ quên…
in Portuguese dormir demais…
in Thai นอนเกินเวลา…
in German verschlafen…
in Catalan adormir-se…
in Japanese 寝過ごす…
in Indonesian terlambat bangun…
in Chinese (Simplified) 睡过头, 睡得过久…
(Definition of oversleep from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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