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snooze

 (sno͞oz)
intr.v. snoozed, snooz·ing, snooz·es
To take a light nap; doze.
n.
A brief light sleep.

[Origin unknown.]

snooze

(snuːz)
vb
(intr) to take a brief light sleep
n
a nap
[C18: of unknown origin]
ˈsnoozer n
ˈsnoozy adj

snooze

(snuz)

v. snoozed, snooz•ing,
n. v.i.
1. to sleep; nap.
n.
2. a short sleep; nap.
[1780–90; orig. uncertain]
snooz′er, n.

snooze


Past participle: snoozed
Gerund: snoozing

Imperative
snooze
snooze
Present
I snooze
you snooze
he/she/it snoozes
we snooze
you snooze
they snooze
Preterite
I snoozed
you snoozed
he/she/it snoozed
we snoozed
you snoozed
they snoozed
Present Continuous
I am snoozing
you are snoozing
he/she/it is snoozing
we are snoozing
you are snoozing
they are snoozing
Present Perfect
I have snoozed
you have snoozed
he/she/it has snoozed
we have snoozed
you have snoozed
they have snoozed
Past Continuous
I was snoozing
you were snoozing
he/she/it was snoozing
we were snoozing
you were snoozing
they were snoozing
Past Perfect
I had snoozed
you had snoozed
he/she/it had snoozed
we had snoozed
you had snoozed
they had snoozed
Future
I will snooze
you will snooze
he/she/it will snooze
we will snooze
you will snooze
they will snooze
Future Perfect
I will have snoozed
you will have snoozed
he/she/it will have snoozed
we will have snoozed
you will have snoozed
they will have snoozed
Future Continuous
I will be snoozing
you will be snoozing
he/she/it will be snoozing
we will be snoozing
you will be snoozing
they will be snoozing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been snoozing
you have been snoozing
he/she/it has been snoozing
we have been snoozing
you have been snoozing
they have been snoozing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been snoozing
you will have been snoozing
he/she/it will have been snoozing
we will have been snoozing
you will have been snoozing
they will have been snoozing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been snoozing
you had been snoozing
he/she/it had been snoozing
we had been snoozing
you had been snoozing
they had been snoozing
Conditional
I would snooze
you would snooze
he/she/it would snooze
we would snooze
you would snooze
they would snooze
Past Conditional
I would have snoozed
you would have snoozed
he/she/it would have snoozed
we would have snoozed
you would have snoozed
they would have snoozed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.snooze - sleeping for a short period of time (usually not in bed)snooze - sleeping for a short period of time (usually not in bed)
sleeping - the suspension of consciousness and decrease in metabolic rate
siesta - a nap in the early afternoon (especially in hot countries)
zizz - a nap; "Arthur's taking a short zizz"
Verb1.snooze - sleep lightly or for a short period of time
catch a wink, catnap, nap - take a siesta; "She naps everyday after lunch for an hour"

snooze

(Informal)
noun
1. doze, nap, kip (Brit. slang), siesta, catnap, forty winks (informal) The bird is enjoying a snooze.
verb
1. doze, drop off (informal), nap, kip (Brit. slang), nod off (informal), catnap, drowse, take forty winks (informal) He snoozed in front of the television.

snooze

verb
To sleep for a brief period:
catnap, doze (off), nap, nod (off), siesta.
noun
A brief sleep:
Translations
dřímatzdřímnutídřímání
lurtage en lur
torkkuatorkut
drijemežzadrijemati
szundikál
blundablundur
居眠り居眠りをする
선잠선잠 자다
nusnūdimassnūduriavimassnūduriuoti
snaudasnaudienssnauduļotsnaust
ta sig en tupplurtupplur
การงีบหลับงีบหลับ
giấc ngủ ngắnngủ một giấc ngắn

snooze

[snuːz]
A. Ncabezada f; (in the afternoon) → siestecita f
to have a snoozedar or echar una cabezada or cabezadita; (in the afternoon) → echar una siestecita
B. VIdormitar

snooze

[ˈsnuːz]
npetit somme m
to have a snooze → faire un petit somme
vifaire un petit sommesnooze button nbouton m d'arrêt momentané (d'un radio-réveil)

snooze

nSchläfchen nt, → Nickerchen nt; to have a snoozeein Schläfchen machen; snooze button (on alarm clock) → Schlummertaste f

snooze

[snuːz]
2. visonnecchiare

snooze

(snuːz) verb
to doze or sleep lightly. His grandfather was snoozing in his armchair.
noun
a short period of light sleep.

snooze

نَوْمَةٌ خَفِيفَة, يَغْفُوَ dřímání, dřímat lur, tage en lur dösen, Nickerchen λαγοκοιμάμαι, υπνάκος cabezada, echar una cabezada, echar una siesta breve, siesta breve torkkua, torkut somme, sommeiller drijemež, zadrijemati fare un sonnellino, sonnellino 居眠り, 居眠りをする 선잠, 선잠 자다 dutje, dutten høneblund, ta en blund drzemka, zdrzemnąć się soneca, tirar uma soneca дремать, дремота ta sig en tupplur, tupplur การงีบหลับ, งีบหลับ kestirmek, tavşan uykusu giấc ngủ ngắn, ngủ một giấc ngắn 打盹儿

snooze

v. adormecerse.
References in classic literature ?
wot makes you take so much pains about one chalk-faced kid, when you know there are fifty boys snoozing about Common Garden every night, as you might pick and choose from?
I adore cats on hearth rugs, snoozing before nice, friendly fires, but cats in back yards at midnight are totally different animals.
This is because cherries contain high levels of the sleep hormone melatonin, which signals to your body when it's time to sleep, along with tryptophan, a precursor to the happy hormone serotonin, which has also been found to aid snoozing.
But beware: Snoozing may actually lower your overall productivity during the day, according to scientists at the Sleep Disorders Centers of Prescott Valley and Flagstaff, Arizona.
One in ten is so reluctant to get up they snooze up to five times, with 14 per cent snoozing repeatedly until the very last moment.
The sleepy threesome are too busy snoozing and miss the big move to the zoo across town.