drowse off

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Verb1.drowse off - change from a waking to a sleeping statedrowse off - change from a waking to a sleeping state; "he always falls asleep during lectures"
zonk out - fall asleep fast, as when one is extremely tired; "after the long drive, we zonked out and slept for 10 hours"

w>drowse off

vieindämmern, eindösen (inf)
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I haven't missed a day since, and no, I don't drowse off.
You can also set an alarm zone to warn you if another vessel intrudes closer than a given range into your area; a handy thing to have when you might be about to drowse off at 2 or 3 a.
Moderate is when a patient may drowse off but can be stimulated by calling his name.