To stay over is to sleep at someone’s house for the night.
Examples of use:
1. It’s very late. Why don’t you stay over and we’ll drive you home in the morning?
2. Hi mum. I’m staying over at Janet’s house tonight. I’ll be home tomorrow.
3. I stayed over at Bill and Jean’s house last night because my car wouldn’t start.
4. Can my friends stay over tonight, mum?
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Can you think of any ways to use the phrasal verb ‘stay over‘ in a sentence?
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