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Meaning of “sleeper” - Learner’s Dictionary

sleeper

noun     /ˈsliːpər/
a light/heavy sleeper
someone who wakes up easily/does not wake up easilySleep and sleeping
TRAIN [C]
a train or a part of a train that has beds in itTrains and parts of trainsRailways and railway lines
SUPPORT [C] UK ( US railroad tie)
a piece of wood that is used to support a railway track (= the thing a train moves along on) Railways and railway lines
JEWELLERY [C] UK
a small gold or silver ring worn in the earJewellery
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