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Translation of "sleeper" - English-Spanish dictionary

sleeper

noun   /ˈsliː.pər/
a good/heavy/light sleeper
someone who sleeps in the stated way tener el sueño pesado/ligero I’m a light sleeper – the slightest noise wakes me. You won’t wake him – he’s such a heavy sleeper.566
acarriagecar in a train with beds for passengers to sleep in, or one of the beds in this carriagecar, or the type of train that has these carriagescars coche cama, litera, tren con coches camas I’m travelling overnight so I’ve reserved a sleeper. The 11.45 to Venice is a sleeper.1677
UK ( US railroad tie) one of the heavy horizontal blocks that supports a railway track durmiente 1676
(Definition of sleeper from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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