Definition of 'doze off'
Translations for 'doze off'
British English: doze off /dəʊz ɒf/ VERB
If you doze off, you fall into a light sleep.
She dozed off for a few moments.
- American English: doze off
- Arabic: يَبْدَأُ بِالنَوْمِ الـخَفِيف
- Brazilian Portuguese: cochilar
- Chinese: 打盹儿
- Croatian: zadrijemati
- Czech: zdřímnout (si)
- Danish: døse hen
- Dutch: indutten
- European Spanish: dormirse
- Finnish: torkahtaa
- French: s’assoupir
- German: einnicken
- Greek: αποκοιμιέμαι
- Italian: addormentarsi
- Japanese: まどろむ
- Korean: 깜박 잠들다
- Norwegian: duppe av
- Polish: przysnąć
- European Portuguese: passar pelas brasas
- Romanian: a moțăi
- Russian: задремать
- Spanish: adormecerse
- Swedish: slumra till
- Thai: งีบหลับไป
- Turkish: uyuyakalmak
- Ukrainian: задрімати
- Vietnamese: ngủ lơ mơ
Definition of doze off from the Collins English Dictionary
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