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snooze

  
a       n   cabezada    f     ,   (in the afternoon)    siestecita    f  
to have a snooze      dar or echar una cabezada or cabezadita,   (in the afternoon)    echar una siestecita  
b       vi   dormitar
Translation English - Spanish Collins Dictionary  
See also:

snooker, snooper, snook, snood

when you snooze, you lose exp.
el que espabila pierde; camarón que se duerme se lo lleva la corriente

Additional comments:

elipon:

sería que "no" espabila

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Collaborative Dictionary     English-Spanish
exp.
echar una siestecita
exp.
dar {or} echar una cabezada {or} cabezadita
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'snooze' also found in translations in Spanish-English dictionary
exp.
to have a snooze
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"snooze": examples and translations in context
Tom usually takes a short snooze after lunch. Tom normalmente se toma una siesta corta después de almorzar.
I hope you had a nice snooze. Espero que haya tenido una siesta agradable.
I must have hit the snooze button. Debo haber presionado el botón de snooze.
Therefore, a superb nights snooze is vital to boost your brainpower. Por lo tanto, unas magníficas noches snooze es vital para aumentar su capacidad intelectual.
That's what you get for hitting the snooze 3 times. Eso pasa por apagar el despertador tres veces.
Oh., coming in on that snooze button. Se me forma el botón del despertador.
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