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delayed sleep phase patternnoun [S]

uk   /dɪˌleɪd ˈsliːp feɪz ˌpæt.ən/  us   /dɪˈleɪd ˈsliːp ˌfeɪz ˌpæt̬.ɚn/ specialized
a situation in which someone falls asleep and wakes later than most people: Delayed sleep phase pattern can cause problems with schooling and work.
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