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5 phrases found for the topic Rest
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Phrase: Put your feet up
Meaning: To relax, rest (by putting your feet on something): I'm going to put my feet up. I'm exhausted.
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Phrase: Sleep like a log / a top
Meaning: Fast asleep or to sleep soundly:
Don't make so much noice. She's sleeping like a log.
Last night I slept like a top, and I feel good this morning.
Phrase: Have a good night's sleep
Meaning: To sleep well: Last night I did not have a good night's sleep, and now I feel tired.
Phrase: As fresh as a daisy
Meaning: Fresh, not tired: We had been walking for about five hours, and I was exhausted, but she seemed as fresh as a daisy, and wanted to go dancing
Phrase: Hit the hay/sack
Meaning: To go to bed/sleep: Let's hit the sack, sweetheart. Tomorrow we have to get up early in the morning.
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