One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Get some sleep.
relax, take a rest, ease off, ease up, let up, slow down, pause, have a break, take a break, unbend, repose, laze, idle, loaf, do nothing, take time off, slack off, unwind, recharge one's batteries, be at leisure, take it easy, sit back, sit down, stand down, lounge, luxuriate, loll, slump, flop, put one's feet up, lie down, go to bed, have a nap, take a nap, nap, catnap, doze, have a siesta, take a siesta, drowse, sleepView synonyms
- ‘I was catching a few Zs on the lower bunk in our call room.’
- ‘Why is it whenever I try to catch some Zs all I can hear is you two squawking?’
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