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"snooze" in British English

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snoozeverb [I]

uk   us   /snuːz/ informal
to ​sleeplightly for a ​short while: The dog's snoozing in ​front of the ​fire.
snooze
noun [C] uk   us  
I had a ​nice little snooze in the back of the ​car.
(Definition of snooze from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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snoozeverb [I]

 us   /snuz/ infml
to ​sleeplightly for a ​shorttime: The ​dog was snoozing in ​front of the ​fire.
snooze
noun [C]  us   /snuz/
(Definition of snooze from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “snooze”
in Korean 잠깐 눈을 붙이다, 깜빡 자다…
in Arabic يَغْفو…
in Malaysian tertidur…
in French sommeiller…
in Russian вздремнуть, прикорнуть…
in Chinese (Traditional) 打盹,小睡…
in Italian fare un pisolino…
in Turkish kestirmek, şekerleme yapmak…
in Polish drzemać…
in Spanish dormitar…
in Vietnamese ngủ gà ngủ gật…
in Portuguese tirar uma soneca…
in Thai นอนหลับ…
in German ein Nickerchen machen…
in Catalan dormisquejar, fer una becaina…
in Japanese うたた寝する…
in Chinese (Simplified) 打盹,小睡…
in Indonesian tertidur…
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