get to sleep


get to sleep
get to sleep
To manage to fall asleep
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manage to fall asleep

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get to sleep
: to start sleeping : to fall asleep

She finally got to sleep after midnight.

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Main Entry:get
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get to sleep
: to succeed in beginning to sleep : to fall asleep

It took me almost an hour to get to sleep last night.

I woke up in the middle of the night, but I eventually got back to sleep. [=started sleeping again]

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