Translation of "sleep" - English-Spanish dictionary
/sliːp/ ( past tense and past participle slept)
sleep like a log → Phrasal verbs sleep in , sleep with someone › to sleep very well
dormir como un tronco
I went to bed early and slept like a log.
B1 [no plural] the state you are in when you are sleeping, or a period of time when you are sleeping
You need to go home and get some sleep. It took me ages to get to sleep (= to succeed in sleeping).
B1 a period of sleeping
Why don’t you have a little sleep? You need a good night’s sleep (= a night when you sleep well).
go to sleep B1 to begin to sleep
Babies often go to sleep after they are fed.
(Definition of sleep from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
sleep verb /sliːp/ ( past tense, past participle slept /slept/)
› a person who sleeps
Nothing occurred to disturb the sleepers. sleepless adjective › without sleep
insomne, en vela, en blanco
He spent a sleepless night worrying about the situation. sleepy adjective ( comparative sleepier, superlative sleepiest) › inclined to sleep; drowsy
somnoliento, soñoliento, adormecido
I feel very sleepy after that long walk. sleepily adverb ›
con sueño, soñolientamente
He sleepily washed and got dressed. sleepiness noun
sleeping bag noun sleeping pill noun ( sleeping tablet) sleepwalk verb
› to walk about while asleep
ser sonámbulo, pasear dormido
She was sleepwalking again last night. sleepwalker noun
put to sleep sleep like a log/top
› to sleep very well and soundly
dormir como un tronco/lirón
I slept like a log last night. sleep off phrasal verb sleep on phrasal verb