Sleep-in meaning

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An instance of sleeping in, sleeping late, sleeping until one feels fully refreshed rather than rising at a prespecified time.

I didn't have anything to do Saturday morning, so I decided to have a sleep-in.

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(intransitive, idiomatic) To sleep late; to go on sleeping past one's customary or planned hour.

On a rainy Saturday, after a busy week at work, he closed the curtains and decided to sleep in.

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Living at one's place of employment.

A sleep-in housekeeper.

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