Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Snooze"

The meaning of "Snooze" in various phrases and sentences

Q: Co znaczy snooze?
A: Delay. The real meaning is to take a short sleep (a nap), or to be a bit sleepy (to be snoozy), but in this case it means to delay the alarm so it rings again later. So you get a bit more time to “snooze”
Q: Co znaczy don't hit snooze?
A: the snooze button is the button on an alarm (clock) that stops the alarm for 5 minutes or so. It's the button you press when you want a little more sleep lol
Q: Co znaczy snooze?
A: to fall asleep
Q: Co znaczy How was your snooze??
A: it means how was your sleep, (or smth like that) 😂
Q: Co znaczy you snooze, you lose ?
A: If you don't do this immediately, someone else will win (or get the benefit) instead of you.

Example sentences using "Snooze"

Q: Napisz przykładowe zdania z snooze.
A: When my alarm went off this morning, I hit the snooze button and went back to sleep

You snooze you lose (this is a common idiom which means that if you don’t take opportunities fast enough, then you will miss them)
Q: Napisz przykładowe zdania z snooze.
A: ‘Don’t hit the snooze button again, get up you lazy bum. We’ve got work to do’
‘She was snoozing on the couch because she had a really tough day’

Synonyms of "Snooze" and their differences

Q: Jaka jest różnica między snooze i sleep ?
A: snooze é uma soneca.
sleep é dormir como você normalmente faz à noite.
Q: Jaka jest różnica między snooze i nap ?
A: Not weird, just a bit cute. Would agree with @putrisashanti that a nap is a daytime thing, and a snooze can be day or night. As a UK English speaker, I might say "I'm off for a nap", "I'm just going to take a quick nap", "...just going to have a quick snooze". To be honest, I don't hear the word 'nap' used much in the UK. I think "taking a nap" might be more commonly used in America. Also you can say "I'm just going to put my head down for a while", to mean 'taking a nap'.
Q: Jaka jest różnica między snooze i nap ?
A: they are both short periods of sleeping time the only difference that i can think of is:
i want to take a nap
or
i want to snooze
but i feel like you can use them both interchangeably
Q: Jaka jest różnica między snooze i doze off ?
A: A doze is a light, fitful sleep. For example:
"Yesterday in class I fell into a light sleep for a couple of seconds. My partner had to wake me up and the instructor told me to stop sleeping. I hadn't had too much sleep the previous night, so when it kept happening, she talked to me after class and told me to stop dozing off. However, I was grateful that she let me relax in the classroom until the next period."
(Fitful sleep: Sleep that involves waking up often.)
However, a snooze is a short, light sleep. These usually aren't fitful, as they are naturally short.
"I spotted Emily taking a snooze, which bothered me a bit as I knew she should have been finishing her studies."
Q: Jaka jest różnica między to snooze i to have a snooze ?
A: They are just different phrases that both mean sleeping. "Snoozing" is more common.

Translations of "Snooze"

Q: Jak to przetłumaczyć na angielski (amerykański)? Hitting the snooze button
A: Example. You set your alarm clock to wake you at 7 in morning. When it goes off, you hit a button that stops the alarm for 10 minutes or however long the clock is programmed for. That is the snooze button. The alarm won't bother you for a period of time and let you snooze/sleep lightly.
Q: Jak to przetłumaczyć na angielski (brytyjski)? snooze
A: Check the question to view the answer

Other questions about "Snooze"

Q: Czy to brzmi naturalnie? Actually, It was difficult to resist hitting the snooze button, but these days I found out the solution.
Putting my alarm, and jacket and sox in other room.
This can really prevent me from snooing.
A: × Putting my alarm, and jacket and sox in other room.
✓ Putting my alarm, jacket and socks in the other room.

× This can really prevent me from snooing.
✓ This can really prevent me from snoozing.

Q: Czy to brzmi naturalnie? I was so sleepy that I took a snooze secretly at work.
A: much more natural if instead of “snooze” replace it with “nap”
Q: Czy to brzmi naturalnie? I took a snooze watching tv on Friday as soon as I went home.
A: As soon as I "got" home would sound better.
Q: Czy to brzmi naturalnie? I always snooze the alarm every time it goes off and go back to sleep.
A: Yup! :)
Q: Can I say "Let's have a snooze" instead of "Let's take a nap"? If no, how can I use the word "snooze"?
A: "Let's have a snooze" sounds unnatural. We understand, but it sounds weird.

Right now, we usually say "snooze" when talking about the snooze button on our alarm clock. I don't use "snooze" outside of that.

I think people used to say "snooze" to mean "nap", but I don't hear that anymore. We just say "nap" now.

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