doze

doze
dəuz
1. verb
(to sleep lightly for short periods: The old lady dozed in her chair.) dormitar

2. noun
(a short sleep.) cabezada
doze vb dormitar
he was dozing on the sofa dormitaba en el sofá
El gerundio de doze se escribe dozing
doze
tr[dəʊz]
noun
1 cabezada
intransitive verb
1 dormitar, echar una cabezada
\
SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
to have a doze echar una cabezada
doze ['do:z] vi, dozed ; dozing : dormitar
doze n
: sueño m ligero, cabezada f
doze
n.
duermevela s.f.
sueño ligero s.m.
v.
adormilarse v.
dormitar v.
dəʊz
intransitive verb dormitar
Phrasal Verbs:
[dǝʊz]
1.
N sueñecito m , siestecita f

to have a doze — (after meal) echar una siestecita

2.
VI dormitar
* * *
[dəʊz]
intransitive verb dormitar
Phrasal Verbs:

English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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