Definition of 'kip'
Example sentences containing 'kip'
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Earlier studies have shown a quick kip can cut heart attack and stroke risk by a third. The Sun (2016)She tells her ex that he has to kip on the sofa from now on! The Sun (2008)Four hours kip and then back to their desks. Times, Sunday Times (2014)She probably has a kip on one at home. The Sun (2011)Eighty people suffered while one enjoyed a kip. Times, Sunday Times (2010)They recommend that weary drivers should have two cups of coffee followed by a quick kip before driving off. Times, Sunday Times (2007)But he slipped away at 2am to get some kip. The Sun (2012)Will Val be able to pull some strings and find him somewhere to kip for the night? The Sun (2007)Nowadays a game of table football, may leave him needing a kip. The Sun (2011)While some seemed to lap up the spotlight, others grabbed the opportunity for a quick kip. The Sun (2013)Not getting enough kip can cause the brain to be more active, particularly in the emotional regions. The Sun (2015)I would put him in bed with me so his dad had to kip on the sofa. The Sun (2016)With so much to do right outside the back door, the house need only be a place to kip. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It explains why some people must have a full eight hours' kip while others get away with half that. The Sun (2011)You have to kip somewhere. The Sun (2015)Since the split, his friends have provided not only a shoulder to cry on but also a sofa to kip on. The Sun (2008)I wonder if she's managed to get any kip yet? The Sun (2009)It may be the result of stress, tiredness or both, so chill out and get enough kip. The Sun (2014)Having a kip somewhere else, I suppose. Times, Sunday Times (2010)He was nearing the end of his career when I went to Merseyside and liked a kip in the afternoon. The Sun (2011)A NEW survey has confirmed the old adage that older people need less kip. The Sun (2010)
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