Phrasal verb: sleep over

  1. sleep over
    Meaning: stay somewhere for the night (intransitive)
    Example: You should sleep over tonight.  I don’t want you to drive in this weather!

My dad works for an airline, so because of that I fly stand-by, which means that I never have a confirmed seat on a flight.  I often go to the airport, and wait around all day until there is an empty seat on a flight.  As a result, there have been many times when I’ve had to sleep over at the airport.  I’m lucky that I can fall asleep easily!

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