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napnoun

uk   us   /næp/

nap noun (SLEEP)

C1 [C] a ​shortsleep, ​especially during the ​day: Grandpa usually has/​takes a nap after ​lunch.

nap noun (CLOTH)

[S] the ​surface of a ​piece of ​cloth such as velvet, consisting of ​shortthreads that have been ​brushed in one ​direction

napverb [I]

uk   us   /næp/ (-pp-)
to ​sleep for a ​shorttime, ​especially during the ​day: He ​likes to nap for an ​hour when he gets ​home from ​work.
(Definition of nap from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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napnoun [C]

 us   /næp/
a ​briefsleep, esp. during the ​day
nap
verb [I]  us   /næp/ (-pp-)
While the ​children nap after ​lunch, ​theirteachers will get a ​break.
(Definition of nap from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Traducciones de “nap”
en coreano 낮잠…
en árabe غَفْوة…
in Malaysian tidur sekejap…
en francés (petit) somme…
en ruso короткий сон…
en chino (tradicionál) 睡覺, (尤指日間的)打盹,小睡…
en italiano sonnellino, pisolino…
en turco şekerleme, kısa uyku…
en polaco drzemka…
en español siesta…
in Vietnamese giấc ngủ ngắn…
en portugués sesta, cochilo…
in Thai งีบ…
en alemán das Nickerchen…
en catalán migdiada, becaina…
en japonés 昼寝…
en chino (simplificado) 睡觉, (尤指日间的)打盹,小睡…
in Indonesian tidur siang, tidur sebentar…
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