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sleep sth off

phrasal verb with sleep
 
 
/sliːp/ verb ( past tense and past participle slept)
to sleep until you feel better, especially after drinking too much alcoholSleep and sleeping
Translations of “sleep sth off”
in Chinese (Traditional) 靠睡覺消除(尤指飲酒後的不適)…
in Russian проспаться…
in Turkish (içkiden sonra) etkisini uyuyarak gidermek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 靠睡觉消除(尤指饮酒后的不适)…
in Polish odsypiać coś…
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