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dormitar

  
      vi   to doze, snooze *  
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"dormitar": examples and translations in context
Y cuando el resto del pueblo empiece a dormitar And when the rest of the town starts to doze
Por la noche me quedaba durante horas en un intranquilo dormitar y soñaba confusas pesadillas y más rápido de lo habitual At night I lay for hours in a troubled doze and dreamed confused and livelier than usual
Supongo que La Muerte debe haber presionado el botón de dormitar. Guess the Grim Reaper must've hit the snooze button.
Su confiable lapicera azul puede dormitar con la tapa puesta. His trusty blue pen can snooze with its cap on.
Solo empecé a dormitar una vez. Oh. I only started to doze off once.
No es momento de dormitar, como un crío de mejillas sonrosadas en la cubierta de un barco pesquero. This is no time to doze off... like a freckled-face boy on a fishing raft.
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