Translation for 'fall asleep' from English to Serbian
VERB   to fall asleep | fell asleep | fallen asleep
falling asleep | falls asleep
SYNO to dope off | to doze off | to drift off | ...
заспати [св.]to fall asleep
падати [несв.]to fall
пасти [св.]to fall
unverified запасти [св.]to fall
unverified пад {м}fall
unverified заљубити се [св.]to fall in love
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Usage Examples English
  • "No te duermas" ("Don't Fall Asleep") was a Spanish-language television program, a late-night talk and variety show from Puerto Rico.
  • He dismissed his defence team two days later, subsequently appearing to fall asleep when given the chance to cross-examine a prosecution witness.
  • She performed a cover version of Danny Robas' song "Lo Nirdemet Tel Aviv" (Tel Aviv Doesn't Fall Asleep) in front of 250,000 people.
  • In 2019, Kenneth Womack wrote that singer and songwriter Billie Eilish had "staked her claim as the reigning queen of electropop" with her critical and commercial hit album "When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?
  • They fall asleep, leaving Ritchie in a cupboard until they finally awaken to an OU lecture on 'Medieval population distribution patterns in Lower Saxony'.

  • The Residents' song "Death in Barstow" tells the story of two friends who visit and fall asleep in Barstow. One of the friends awakes to find that his friend has died.
  • Only as they return to Archbury does he regain his composure and fall asleep.
  • The term "cat nap" for a short rest refers to the cat's tendency to fall asleep (lightly) for a brief period.
  • She required two sedatives over the course of a day and three sleeping pills to fall asleep.
  • The majority of Cajun festivals include a "fais do-do" ("go to sleep" in French, originating from encouraging children to fall asleep in the rafters of the dance hall as the parents danced late into the night) or street dance, usually to a live local band.

  • It is also common for nurses to experience sleep disturbance which can result in losing sleep or not being able to fall asleep.
  • Because their perception of their sleep is incomplete, they incorrectly believe it takes them an abnormally long time to fall asleep, and they underestimate how long they stay asleep.
  • The barbiturates were released into the person first, and as soon as the person began to fall asleep, the amphetamines were released.
  • Suzuki and the child fall asleep, but Butterfly stays up all night waiting for him to arrive.
  • (time taken to fall asleep) is significantly lower in the PI conditions, with SOL change amongst PI participants being strongly associated with sleep effort change.

  • Narcolepsy is a condition of extreme tendencies to fall asleep whenever and wherever.
  • They fall asleep and share a dream in which they are the Three Wise Men searching for Jesus.
  • Medical research suggests the gentle rocking motion of the hammock allows users to fall asleep faster and sleep more deeply compared to a traditional, stationary mattress.
  • Antoninus Liberalis again portrays Byblis as overcome with unanswered love for her brother; after Caunus leaves, she rejects the proposals of numerous suitors and attempts to commit suicide by jumping off a cliff, but is saved by hamadryads, who cause her to fall asleep and transform her into a fellow nymph.
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