Definition of 'doze'
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I'll be dozing in the sun. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Store valuables in the bottom of your sleeping bag when dozing. The Sun (2013)Get your other half to dig you in the ribs next time you doze off in front of the telly. The Sun (2016)Luckily, we found him dozing behind the sofa. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Honey isn't happy to find the waste of space now dozing on their sofa. The Sun (2016)But cops quickly found him - dozing on his sofa after they followed his footprints. The Sun (2013)And nearly 50 per cent said they had woken up burned from a doze in the sun. The Sun (2009)We read, drank coffee and dozed in our sleeping bags. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Aside from sleeping and dozing, the fire is my main focus. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Does she go to her mum's because she chats while you doze in front of the telly? The Sun (2012)I wasted my morning dozing on the sofa instead of going off for my planned walk. The Sun (2016)I just collapsed on the sofa and dozed for a while. The Sun (2014)But we didn't make it; we dozed off in front of the fire. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The Test had slipped from a restless doze into REM sleep. Times, Sunday Times (2010)A drunk driver was found snoring at the wheel at a red light after dozing off with the engine running. The Sun (2016)
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Translations for 'doze'
British English: doze /dəʊz/ VERB
When you doze, you sleep lightly or for a short period, especially during the daytime.
For a while she dozed fitfully.
- American English: doze
- Arabic: يَنْعَسُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: cochilar
- Chinese: 打瞌睡
- Croatian: drijemati
- Czech: dřímat
- Danish: blunde
- Dutch: sluimeren
- European Spanish: dormitar
- Finnish: torkkua
- French: sommeiller
- German: dösen
- Greek: λαγοκοιμάμαι
- Italian: sonnecchiare
- Japanese: うたた寝する
- Korean: 졸다
- Norwegian: døse
- Polish: zdrzemnąć się
- European Portuguese: dormitar
- Romanian: a ațipi
- Russian: дремать
- Spanish: dormitar
- Swedish: halvsova
- Thai: งีบหลับ
- Turkish: kestirmek
- Ukrainian: дрімати
- Vietnamese: ngủ gà ngủ gật
Definition of doze from the Collins English Dictionary
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