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cat·nap

 (kăt′năp′)
n.
A short nap; a light sleep.
intr.v. cat·napped, cat·nap·ping, cat·naps
To take a short nap; doze lightly.

catnap

(ˈkætˌnæp)
n
a short sleep or doze
vb, -naps, -napping or -napped
(intr) to sleep or doze for a short time or intermittently

cat•nap

(ˈkætˌnæp)

n., v. -napped, -nap•ping. n.
1. a short, light nap.
v.i.
2. to sleep briefly; doze.
[1815–25, Amer.]

catnap


Past participle: catnapped
Gerund: catnapping

Imperative
catnap
catnap
Present
I catnap
you catnap
he/she/it catnaps
we catnap
you catnap
they catnap
Preterite
I catnapped
you catnapped
he/she/it catnapped
we catnapped
you catnapped
they catnapped
Present Continuous
I am catnapping
you are catnapping
he/she/it is catnapping
we are catnapping
you are catnapping
they are catnapping
Present Perfect
I have catnapped
you have catnapped
he/she/it has catnapped
we have catnapped
you have catnapped
they have catnapped
Past Continuous
I was catnapping
you were catnapping
he/she/it was catnapping
we were catnapping
you were catnapping
they were catnapping
Past Perfect
I had catnapped
you had catnapped
he/she/it had catnapped
we had catnapped
you had catnapped
they had catnapped
Future
I will catnap
you will catnap
he/she/it will catnap
we will catnap
you will catnap
they will catnap
Future Perfect
I will have catnapped
you will have catnapped
he/she/it will have catnapped
we will have catnapped
you will have catnapped
they will have catnapped
Future Continuous
I will be catnapping
you will be catnapping
he/she/it will be catnapping
we will be catnapping
you will be catnapping
they will be catnapping
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been catnapping
you have been catnapping
he/she/it has been catnapping
we have been catnapping
you have been catnapping
they have been catnapping
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been catnapping
you will have been catnapping
he/she/it will have been catnapping
we will have been catnapping
you will have been catnapping
they will have been catnapping
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been catnapping
you had been catnapping
he/she/it had been catnapping
we had been catnapping
you had been catnapping
they had been catnapping
Conditional
I would catnap
you would catnap
he/she/it would catnap
we would catnap
you would catnap
they would catnap
Past Conditional
I would have catnapped
you would have catnapped
he/she/it would have catnapped
we would have catnapped
you would have catnapped
they would have catnapped
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.catnap - sleeping for a short period of time (usually not in bed)catnap - 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.catnap - take a siestacatnap - take a siesta; "She naps everyday after lunch for an hour"
doze, drowse, snooze - sleep lightly or for a short period of time

catnap

noun
A brief sleep:
verb
To sleep for a brief period:
doze (off), nap, nod (off), siesta, snooze.
Translations

catnap

[ˈkætnæp]
A. Nsiestecita f, sueñecito m
to take a catnapecharse una siestecita or un sueñecito
B. VIecharse una siestecita, echarse un sueñecito

catnap

cat-nap [ˈkætnæp] n (= doze, nap) → (petit) somme mcat's-eye [ˈkætsaɪ] n (British) (on road)catadioptre m, clou m à catadioptre

catnap

[ˈkætˌnæp] npisolino
to take a catnap → fare un pisolino
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