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sleep·walk·ing

 (slēp′wô′kĭng)
n.
The act or an instance of walking or performing another activity associated with wakefulness while asleep or in a sleeplike state. Also called noctambulism, somnambulism.
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sleep•walk•ing

(ˈslipˌwɔ kɪŋ)

n.
the act or state of walking while asleep; somnambulism.
[1790–1800]
sleep′walk`, v.i. -walked, -walk•ing.
sleep′walk`er, n.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.sleepwalking - walking by a person who is asleepsleepwalking - walking by a person who is asleep  
walk, walking - the act of traveling by foot; "walking is a healthy form of exercise"
sleeping - the suspension of consciousness and decrease in metabolic rate
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sleepwalking

noun somnambulism, noctambulation, noctambulism, somnambulation When she was stressed, her sleepwalking started up again.
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Translations
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sleepwalking

[ˈsliːpˌwɔːkɪŋ] Nsonambulismo m
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sleepwalking

[ˈsliːpˌwɔːkɪŋ] nsonnambulismo
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sleep·walk·ing

n. sonambulismo.
English-Spanish Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

sleepwalking

n sonambulismo (form), (el) caminar dormido
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If we just sleep walk forward, we can end up walking off a cliff and I think a lot of people think we've done that politically, both in Europe and in America."
Of the 232 adults involved in the study, 87 were found to sleep walk or suffer from night terrors.
Children who experience frequent night terrors during young childhood are more likely to sleep walk after five years of age.
ROGER CHARLTON'S progressive filly Sleep Walk can continue on her upward curve in the Daily Price Boosts At Unibet Handicap at Wolverhampton.
Sleep Walk is 10lb higher in the weights now as she switches back to an artificial surface, but is open to abundant improvement , which cannot be said of most of her rivals at Dunstall Park.
Going GOOD TO FIRM (8.0) Weather Cloudy with sunny spells Wind Almost nil STAR PERFORMER Sleep Walk (8.10) won as she liked and will rank much higher in time EYECATCHER Solstalla (6.00) did best of the newcomers in the opener and should improve DIVIDENDS AND SPREAD MAKE-UPS Placepot PS82.80to a PS1 stake.
His estranged wife told a court in Northern Territory, Australia, that Mr Spencer would often sleep walk - once going into her son's room and urinating in a basket.
Roger Charlton saddles Sleep Walk at Wolverhampton today
ROGER Charlton's filly Sleep Walk can continue on her upward curve in Wolverhampton's Daily Price Boosts At Unibet Handicap.
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