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sleep in

informal
phrasal verb with sleep uk   /sliːp/ us   /sliːp/ verb slept, slept
to sleep until later in the morning than you usually do: I usually sleep in on Saturdays.
(Definition of sleep in from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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phrasal verb with sleep us   /slip/ verb [I/T] past tense and past participle slept /slept/
to sleep later than you usually do, or later than most people do: Amelia is an early riser, but Gorda sleeps in whenever she can.
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