oversleep


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o·ver·sleep

 (ō′vər-slēp′)
v. o·ver·slept (-slĕpt′), o·ver·sleep·ing, o·ver·sleeps
v.intr.
To sleep beyond one's usual or intended time for waking.
v.tr.
To sleep beyond the time for: I overslept my appointment.

oversleep

(ˌəʊvəˈsliːp)
vb, -sleeps, -sleeping or -slept
(intr) to sleep beyond the intended time for getting up

o•ver•sleep

(ˌoʊ vərˈslip)

v.i. -slept, -sleep•ing.
to sleep beyond the proper or intended time of waking.
[1350–1400]

oversleep


Past participle: overslept
Gerund: oversleeping

Imperative
oversleep
oversleep
Present
I oversleep
you oversleep
he/she/it oversleeps
we oversleep
you oversleep
they oversleep
Preterite
I overslept
you overslept
he/she/it overslept
we overslept
you overslept
they overslept
Present Continuous
I am oversleeping
you are oversleeping
he/she/it is oversleeping
we are oversleeping
you are oversleeping
they are oversleeping
Present Perfect
I have overslept
you have overslept
he/she/it has overslept
we have overslept
you have overslept
they have overslept
Past Continuous
I was oversleeping
you were oversleeping
he/she/it was oversleeping
we were oversleeping
you were oversleeping
they were oversleeping
Past Perfect
I had overslept
you had overslept
he/she/it had overslept
we had overslept
you had overslept
they had overslept
Future
I will oversleep
you will oversleep
he/she/it will oversleep
we will oversleep
you will oversleep
they will oversleep
Future Perfect
I will have overslept
you will have overslept
he/she/it will have overslept
we will have overslept
you will have overslept
they will have overslept
Future Continuous
I will be oversleeping
you will be oversleeping
he/she/it will be oversleeping
we will be oversleeping
you will be oversleeping
they will be oversleeping
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been oversleeping
you have been oversleeping
he/she/it has been oversleeping
we have been oversleeping
you have been oversleeping
they have been oversleeping
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been oversleeping
you will have been oversleeping
he/she/it will have been oversleeping
we will have been oversleeping
you will have been oversleeping
they will have been oversleeping
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been oversleeping
you had been oversleeping
he/she/it had been oversleeping
we had been oversleeping
you had been oversleeping
they had been oversleeping
Conditional
I would oversleep
you would oversleep
he/she/it would oversleep
we would oversleep
you would oversleep
they would oversleep
Past Conditional
I would have overslept
you would have overslept
he/she/it would have overslept
we would have overslept
you would have overslept
they would have overslept
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.oversleep - sleep longer than intended

oversleep

verb
To sleep longer than intended:
Translations
يَسْتَغْرِقُ في النَّوْميَنامُ أكْثَر مما يَنْبَغي
zaspat
sove over sig
nukkua liian kauan
zaspati
elalussza az idõt
sofa yfir sig
寝過ごす
너무 자다
pramigti
aizgulēties
verslapenzich verslapen
zaspati
försova (sig)
นอนเกินเวลา
uyuyakalmakuyuya kalmak
ngủ quá giấc

oversleep

[ˌəʊvəˈsliːp] (overslept (pt, pp)) [ˌəʊvəˈslept] VIquedarse dormido, no despertar(se) a tiempo
I oversleptme quedé dormido, no (me) desperté a tiempo

oversleep

[ˌəʊvərˈsliːp] [overslept] (pt, pp) vise réveiller en retard
I overslept this morning → Je me suis réveillé en retard ce matin.

oversleep

[ˌəʊvəˈsliːp] (overslept (pt, pp)) [ˌəʊvəˈslɛpt] vinon svegliarsi in tempo

oversleep

(əuvəˈsliːp) past tense, past participle ˌoverˈslept -ˈslept verb
to sleep longer than one intended. He overslept and missed the train.

oversleep

يَسْتَغْرِقُ في النَّوْم zaspat sove over sig verschlafen παρακοιμάμαι quedarse dormido nukkua liian kauan se réveiller trop tard zaspati restare addormentato 寝過ごす 너무 자다 verslapen forsove (seg) zaspać dormir além da hora, dormir para além da hora devida проспать försova (sig) นอนเกินเวลา uyuyakalmak ngủ quá giấc 睡过头
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