nap n.a short sleep, usually during the day
Use your lunch hour to have a nap in your chair.
snooze v.sleep lightly or briefly, especially during the day
Mark snoozed in front of the television.
nod off v.to begin sleeping, especially not intentionally
After our busy day, we both sat and nodded off in front of the TV.
asleep a.in or into a state of sleep
She had been asleep for over three hours.
nightmare a.a frightening or unpleasant dream
I had nightmares after watching the horror movie.
lethargic a.feeling unwilling and unable to do anything
I was feeling tired and lethargic.
doze off a.to start to sleep, especially during the day and without intending to
I dozed off in front of the television.
sleep through v.to continue sleeping for a long time
I was so tired I slept through until noon.
drop off v.to start to sleep
I must have dropped off during the show, because I don’t remember how it ended.
sleepover n.a type of party when a young person or a group of young people stay for the night at the house of a friend
Katie was asked to sleep over with Jenny.
sleep in v.to sleep until later in the morning than you usually do
I usually sleep in on Saturdays.
stay up v.go to bed later than usual
I stayed up to watch the Olympics on television.
lie in v.to stay in bed later than usual in the morning
It was a Sunday, so she could lie in till almost lunch time.
lie down v.rest on your back
He lay down on the bed and tried to relax.
stay over v.to sleep at someone's house for one night
Why don't you stay over and drive back in the morning?
night owl n.a person who is habitually active or wakeful at night
I'm a night owl , true, but it's getting pretty late.
scroll v.to move information on a computer screen up or down, so you can see a different part of a document
I scrolled through my phone to find 'United States of America'.
feedback n.information about reactions to a product, a person's performance of a task
We are always grateful to receive feedback from our listeners.
freelance n.someone who does particular pieces of work for different organizations, rather than working all the time for a single organization
The firm employs several freelances.
exhausted a.extremely tired
By the time they reached the summit they were exhausted.
knackered a.tire (someone) out; exhaust
I was absolutely knackered at the end of the match.
crash v.to hit something, often making a loud noise or causing damage
Without warning, the tree crashed through the roof.
make matters worse v.to make a difficult situation even more difficult
To make matters worse, it started to rain again.