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Translation of "nap" - English-Spanish dictionary

nap

noun   /næp/
a short sleep, especially during the day siesta He likes to take a nap after lunch.
(Definition of nap from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

nap

noun /nӕp/
a short sleep siesta She always has a nap after lunch.
catch (someone) napping
to catch (someone) unprepared for a particular emergency etc coger/pillar a alguien desprevenido The Liverpool defence were caught napping and conceded a goal early in the second half.
(Definition of nap from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “nap”
in Korean 낮잠…
in Arabic غَفْوة…
in Malaysian tidur sekejap…
in French (petit) somme…
in Russian короткий сон…
in Chinese (Traditional) 睡覺, (尤指日間的)打盹,小睡…
in Italian sonnellino, pisolino…
in Turkish şekerleme, kısa uyku…
in Polish drzemka…
in Vietnamese giấc ngủ ngắn…
in Portuguese sesta, cochilo…
in Thai งีบ…
in German das Nickerchen…
in Catalan migdiada, becaina…
in Japanese 昼寝…
in Chinese (Simplified) 睡觉, (尤指日间的)打盹,小睡…
in Indonesian tidur siang, tidur sebentar…
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