Translation of doze in Spanish:


dormitar, v.

Pronunciation /doʊz/ /dəʊz/

See Spanish definition of dormitar

intransitive verb

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    sueño masculine
    to have a doze echar una cabezada / un sueño
    • I was in the middle of a light doze (for some reason, deeper sleep was escaping me) when I hear a scraping noise.
    • Jon sighed, and leaned back as a light doze overtook him.… Seven years ago, when Dïen was eleven, she started to ask for a psychiatrist.
    • Watching the boy toss, turn and slip in and out of a light doze, Laras wondered if he wasn't somehow picking up on his father's tension and frustration in some subtle way.
    • As the minutes passed, she fell into a light doze.
    • With her thoughts on the interview she'd have to give sometime this week, the tension seeped out of her body, and she slipped into a light doze.
    • He slowly closed his eyes and drifted off into a light doze.
    • Jerking up from a light doze for the fifth time in about twenty minutes, he rummaged around inside a nearby desk for something to keep him awake.
    • He smiled looking up at the sky before drifting off into a light doze.
    • Miles away, in the depths of space, Orion jerked out of a light doze, one hand slamming against the side of his space capsule.
    • After scanning their surroundings one last time, Jim allowed himself to drift into a light doze.
    • Two hours later she woke from a light doze, alerted by the sound of footsteps outside the small, square, white-walled room.
    • The boy had fallen into a light doze, and the pressure certainly got him up.
    • The raindrops soon lulled her into a light doze, though she heard the sounds of a growing storm outside.
    • His eyes fell shut as he drifted off into a light doze, waiting for nightfall.
    • Shortly after she had fallen into a light doze, there was a knock at the door.
    • He had slipped into an uneasy doze in the chill light before dawn when a long, wild cry split the air around him.
    • The wind in my face was so cool and soothing I fell into a light doze.
    • He pondered over these questions again and again, not finding the answers before he fell into a light doze sitting upright.
    • Chimes took her out of her short doze and she leaned out of the bath as she realized that it was time for her to go.
    • And even then, it was more of a doze than a sleep, so I woke up when I heard the front door shut at 5: 30.