zeds


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zeds

(ˈzɛdz) or

zzzs

pl n
1. sleep
2. catch a few zeds to have a nap
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References in classic literature ?
(From zed , z , and jag , an Icelandic word of unknown meaning.)
The MG Car Club has the Zed Register aimed at helping owners keep their cars on the road, offering support with technical advice and queries and helping at various events during the year.
ZEDs, which are explained in the recent guidelines or "lineamientos " published by the Communist Party, are aimed at promoting economic development in association with foreign investors.