Phrasal Verb: sleep in

December 11, 2009 by Angela

To sleep in is to sleep for longer in the morning than you wanted, or expected.

Examples of use:
1. Don’t forget to set your alarm clock or you might sleep in and miss your bus.

2. I stayed out late last night and then slept in this morning.

Image of sleeping pig by noahg.

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