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Daily life: Sleep


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alarm
a device which can be set to make a ​noise at a ​particular ​time
asleep
sleeping
awake
not sleeping
concentrate on sth
give all your attention to sth
deep sleep
slow sleeping phase (SYN fast asleep)
dream
a ​series of ​events or ​images that ​happen in ​your ​mind when you are ​sleeping
exhausted
extremely tired, physically or mentally
fall asleep
start sleeping (SYN go to sleep)
fast asleep
deep sleep
go off
ring or make a noise
go to sleep
start sleepig (SYN fall asleep)
habit
a thing you do often, almost without thinking
have a lie-in
stay in bed later than usual
have a nap
have a short sleep
have a restless night
be unable to sleep well and often wake up
heavy sleeper
a person who doesn't wake up easily
in a deep sleep
in a state of strong sleep
insomnia
sleeping disorder when you can't sleep
irritable
becoming angry easily
lack of sth
a situation in which you don't have enough of sth
light sleeper
a person who can easily wake up
log
a thick piece of tree trunk or brunch
mind
the ​part of a ​person that makes it ​possible for him or her to ​think
nap
a short sleep, especially during the day
nightie
INF nightdress
nightmare
a bad dream
on your mind
you're thinking or worrying about sth
oversleep
sleep longer than you should or want
pyjamas
soft, ​loose ​clothing that is ​worn in ​bed and consists of ​trousers and a ​type of ​shirt
restless
without a rest
set the alarm
adjust clock to ring at some time
sleep
the ​resting ​state in which the ​body is not ​active and the ​mind is ​unconscious
sleep like a log
sleep very well
sleepy
tired and ready to go to sleep
snore
to ​breathe in a very ​noisy way while you are ​sleeping
suffer from sth
have the experience of sth unpleasant
wake you up
make you stop sleeping
wide awake
fully awake
yawning
to ​open the ​mouth ​wide and take a lot of ​air into the ​lungs and ​slowly ​send it out, usually when ​tired or ​bored