Doze

English

Verb

Doze (third-person singular simple present dozes, present participle dozing, simple past and past participle dozed)

  1. to sleep lightly or briefly; to nap
    I didn’t sleep very well, but I think I may have dozed a bit.

Noun

Doze (plural Dozes)
  1. (countable) a light, short sleep or nap
    I felt much better after a short doze.

Synonyms

  • See Thesaurus:sleep

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Adverbs

peacefully; slumberously; surreptitiously; fitfully; comfortably; wakefully; interminably; lazily.

Thesaurus

beauty sleep, beddy-bye, bedtime, blanket drill, bye-bye, catnap, dorm, doze off, dozy, dreamland, drop off, drowse, drowsy, fitful sleep, forty winks, hibernation, kip, land of Nod, light sleep, nap, nod off, nodding, oversleep, repose, rest, saw logs, saw wood, shut-eye, siesta, silken repose, sleep, sleep soundly, sleepland, sleepwalking, slumber, slumberland, slumberous, slumbery, snooze, snoozle, snoozy, snore, somnambulism, somniloquy, somnolent, somnus, soporific, take a nap, unconsciousness, winter sleep

Etymology

Pronunciation

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  • Rhymes: -əʊz
  • Homophones: does, dos, doughs

Translations

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Anglo-Norman

Etymology

From Latin duodecim.

Cardinal number

Doze

  1. twelve

Portuguese

Portuguese cardinal numbers
 <  11 12 13   > 
    Cardinal : Doze
    Ordinal : décimo segundo
Portuguese Wikipedia article on Doze

Etymology

From Latin duodecim.

Cardinal number

Doze m. and f.

  1. twelve.

Noun

doze m.

  1. twelve.

Walloon

Cardinal number

Doze

  1. twelve
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