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sleep·walk

 (slēp′wôk′)
intr.v. sleep·walked, sleep·walk·ing, sleep·walks
To walk or perform other motor acts while asleep; somnambulate.

[Back-formation from sleepwalking.]

sleep′walk′er n.

sleepwalk

(ˈsliːpˌwɔːk)
vb
(Physiology) (intr) to walk while asleep. See also somnambulism
ˈsleepˌwalker n
ˈsleepˌwalking n, adj

sleepwalk


Past participle: sleepwalked
Gerund: sleepwalking

Imperative
sleepwalk
sleepwalk
Present
I sleepwalk
you sleepwalk
he/she/it sleepwalks
we sleepwalk
you sleepwalk
they sleepwalk
Preterite
I sleepwalked
you sleepwalked
he/she/it sleepwalked
we sleepwalked
you sleepwalked
they sleepwalked
Present Continuous
I am sleepwalking
you are sleepwalking
he/she/it is sleepwalking
we are sleepwalking
you are sleepwalking
they are sleepwalking
Present Perfect
I have sleepwalked
you have sleepwalked
he/she/it has sleepwalked
we have sleepwalked
you have sleepwalked
they have sleepwalked
Past Continuous
I was sleepwalking
you were sleepwalking
he/she/it was sleepwalking
we were sleepwalking
you were sleepwalking
they were sleepwalking
Past Perfect
I had sleepwalked
you had sleepwalked
he/she/it had sleepwalked
we had sleepwalked
you had sleepwalked
they had sleepwalked
Future
I will sleepwalk
you will sleepwalk
he/she/it will sleepwalk
we will sleepwalk
you will sleepwalk
they will sleepwalk
Future Perfect
I will have sleepwalked
you will have sleepwalked
he/she/it will have sleepwalked
we will have sleepwalked
you will have sleepwalked
they will have sleepwalked
Future Continuous
I will be sleepwalking
you will be sleepwalking
he/she/it will be sleepwalking
we will be sleepwalking
you will be sleepwalking
they will be sleepwalking
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been sleepwalking
you have been sleepwalking
he/she/it has been sleepwalking
we have been sleepwalking
you have been sleepwalking
they have been sleepwalking
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been sleepwalking
you will have been sleepwalking
he/she/it will have been sleepwalking
we will have been sleepwalking
you will have been sleepwalking
they will have been sleepwalking
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been sleepwalking
you had been sleepwalking
he/she/it had been sleepwalking
we had been sleepwalking
you had been sleepwalking
they had been sleepwalking
Conditional
I would sleepwalk
you would sleepwalk
he/she/it would sleepwalk
we would sleepwalk
you would sleepwalk
they would sleepwalk
Past Conditional
I would have sleepwalked
you would have sleepwalked
he/she/it would have sleepwalked
we would have sleepwalked
you would have sleepwalked
they would have sleepwalked
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.sleepwalk - walk in one's sleep
walk - use one's feet to advance; advance by steps; "Walk, don't run!"; "We walked instead of driving"; "She walks with a slight limp"; "The patient cannot walk yet"; "Walk over to the cabinet"
Translations
يَمشي أثناء النَّوْميَـمْشِي أثْنَاءَ نَوْمِهِ
být náměsíčnýnáměsíčně chodit
gå i søvne
kävellä unissaan
mjesečariti
álmában jár
ganga í svefni
夢遊病で歩く
자면서 돌아다니다
námesačne chodiť
gå i sömnen
เดินละเมอ
uykuda yürümeuykuda yürümek/dolaşmak
mộng du

sleepwalk

[ˈsliːpˌwɔːk] VIser sonámbulo, pasearse dormido

sleepwalk

[ˈsliːpwɔːk] vimarcher en dormant

sleepwalk

[ˈsliːpˌwɔːk] vicamminare nel sonno; (as a habit) → essere sonnambulo/a
she sleepwalks → soffre di sonnambulismo, è sonnambula

sleep

(sliːp) past tense, past participle slept (slept) verb
to rest with the eyes closed and in a state of natural unconsciousness. Goodnight – sleep well!; I can't sleep – my mind is too active.
noun
(a) rest in a state of natural unconsciousness. It is bad for you to have too little sleep, since it makes you tired; I had only four hours' sleep last night.
ˈsleeper noun
1. a person who sleeps. Nothing occurred to disturb the sleepers.
2. a berth or compartment for sleeping, on a railway train. I'd like to book a sleeper on the London train.
ˈsleepless adjective
without sleep. He spent a sleepless night worrying about the situation.
ˈsleepy adjective
1. inclined to sleep; drowsy. I feel very sleepy after that long walk.
2. not (seeming to be) alert. She always has a sleepy expression.
3. (of places etc) very quiet; lacking entertainment and excitement. a sleepy town.
ˈsleepily adverb
ˈsleepiness noun
ˈsleeping-bag noun
a kind of large warm bag for sleeping in, used by campers etc.
ˈsleeping-pill / ˈsleeping-tablet nouns
a kind of pill that can be taken to make one sleep. She tried to commit suicide by swallowing an overdose of sleeping-pills.
ˈsleepwalk verb
to walk about while asleep. She was sleepwalking again last night.
ˈsleepwalker noun
put to sleep
1. to cause (a person or animal) to become unconscious by means of an anaesthetic; to anaesthetize. The doctor will give you an injection to put you to sleep.
2. to kill (an animal) painlessly, usually by the injection of a drug. As she was so old and ill my cat had to be put to sleep.
sleep like a log/top
to sleep very well and soundly.
sleep off
to recover from (something) by sleeping. She's in bed sleeping off the effects of the party.
sleep on
to put off making a decision about (something) overnight. I'll sleep on it and let you know tomorrow.

sleepwalk

يَـمْشِي أثْنَاءَ نَوْمِهِ být náměsíčný gå i søvne schlafwandeln υπνοβατώ ser sonámbulo kävellä unissaan être somnambule mjesečariti essere sonnambulo 夢遊病で歩く 자면서 돌아다니다 slaapwandelen gå i søvne chodzić we śnie sofrer de sonambulismo, sonambular ходить во сне gå i sömnen เดินละเมอ uykuda yürüme mộng du 梦游

sleepwalk

vi caminar dormido
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