German translation of 'sleepover'
Example Sentences Including 'sleepover'
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Another said her 13-year-old had invited a cool friend for a sleepover.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
It's basically like one big bonding sleepover for ladies.The Sun (2011)
Last year, my six-year-old son had a friend for a sleepover.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
MY 13-year-old daughter wants to host a big sleepover for her girlfriends.The Sun (2012)
The new glamping tents make a family sleepover an exciting yet luxurious outdoor experience.The Sun (2016)
He invites one to a sleepover with his daughter.The Sun (2013)
Her mum thought she was at a sleepover with a friend.The Sun (2010)
Take last Easter, when my stepson invited some friends for a sleepover.The Sun (2012)
That her mother thought she was at a sleepover at a friend 's is an unacceptable excuse on her part.The Sun (2010)
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Used Rarely. sleepover is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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'sleepover' in Other Languages
British English: sleepover NOUN
A sleepover is an occasion when someone, especially a child, sleeps for one night in a place such as a friend's home.
Emily couldn't ask a friend for a sleepover until she cleaned her room.
- American English: sleepover
- Brazilian Portuguese: ocasião em que alguém dorme na casa de um amigo
- Chinese: > 不在家过夜 尤指孩子的
- European Spanish: quedarse a dormir en casa de un amigo
- French: nuit chez un copain
- German: Übernachtungbei Freunden etc
- Italian: notte che un bambino passa a casa di amici
- Japanese: 友達の家に泊まること
- Korean: > 자고 가기친구 집에서
- European Portuguese: ocasião em que alguém dorme na casa de um amigo
- Spanish: quedarse a dormir en casa de un amigo
Translation of sleepover from the Collins English to German Dictionary