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Synonyms for snooze
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Princeton's WordNet

  1. nap, catnap, cat sleep, forty winks, short sleep, snoozeverb

    sleeping for a short period of time (usually not in bed)

    Synonyms:
    nap, pile, cat sleep, sleep, forty winks, short sleep, catnap

  2. snooze, drowse, dozeverb

    sleep lightly or for a short period of time

    Synonyms:
    drowse, doze

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Dictionary of English Synonymes

  1. snoozeverb

    Synonyms:
    SLUMBER, sleep, nap, doze, take a nap, SIESTA

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How to use snooze in a sentence?

  1. John Rogers:

    Grade school is the snooze button on the clock-radio of life.

  2. Ronnie Rickner:

    Death is much like an alarm clock except there is never a snooze button to give you just a moment more, before you really have to wake.

  3. Janet Kennedy:

    If you need to rise first, offer to not hit the snooze button too often, so it goes off a bunch of times and disturbs the other person.

  4. Roger Biles:

    If you snooze you lose in this environment. Product is going left and right, we couldn't get the money to them fast enough. They said they are all gone.

  5. Maggie Moon:

    Holly Phillips said. It's not clear why this happens ; studies suggest that in response to the stress of not getting quality snooze time, there's a reduction in activity in the hypothalamus, the control panel of the brain where body temperature is regulated. A study from the European Journal of Applied Physiology appears to back this up : researchers documented a drop in body temperature in 20 sleep-deprived young adults. Metabolism may be a culprit here as well. When you're fatigued from a restless night, your metabolism works at a more sluggish pace, Holly Phillips said, producing less heat and slower circulation. You're dehydrated Up to 60 percent of the adult human body is water, and water helps regulate body temperature.

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Translations for snooze

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  • غفوةArabic
  • ein Nickerchen machen, Schläfchen, Nickerchen, nicken, dösenGerman
  • λαγοκοιμάμαι, παίρνω έναν υπνάκο, υπνάκοςGreek
  • siesta, dormitar, fastidio, lataSpanish
  • چرت, چرت زدنPersian
  • torkahtaa, nokoset, torkut, unettava, torkkuaFinnish
  • piquer un roupillon, roupillon, faire une sieste, faire un sommeFrench
  • dèan dùsal, dùsal, norragScottish Gaelic
  • sonnellinoItalian
  • 居眠り, うたた寝Japanese
  • თვლემა, წაუძინებსGeorgian
  • doezelenDutch
  • drzemka, zdrzemnąć sięPolish
  • dormita, ațipiRomanian
  • дремать, лёгкий сон, вздремнуть, короткий сон, подремать, прикорнутьRussian
  • tupplur, ta en tupplurSwedish
  • şekerlemeTurkish

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