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to disregard; to ignore; to forget to perform (a duty); to shirk; to abandon
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Meaning of 'znooze' #1 (permalink) Sat Apr 01, 2006 21:31 pm   Meaning of 'znooze'
 

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ESL/EFL Test #122 "Sleep Expressions", question 10

Caitlin was an extremely hyper kid. When taking care of her, her mom hardly ever had time to ..........

(a) relax
(b) doze off
(c) slumber
(d) snooze

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #122 "Sleep Expressions", answer 10

Caitlin was an extremely hyper kid. When taking care of her, her mom hardly ever had time to relax.

Correct answer: (a) relax
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What does the word ' snooze ' mean?

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Meaning of 'znooze' #2 (permalink) Sat Apr 01, 2006 22:21 pm   Meaning of 'znooze'
 

Dear Sophy,
To snooze is to sleep for a short amount of time. Kind of like a nap. One example of that is when you hear the alarm clock in the morning but you don't get up right away. You stay in bed for a few extra minutes in sort of a sleeping state until you feel like you are ready to get up. Of course, some people actually fall asleep again and never get up. :wink:
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Meaning of 'znooze' #3 (permalink) Thu Sep 29, 2011 13:13 pm   Meaning of 'znooze'
 

a hyper kid= an overexcited kid?

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Meaning of 'znooze' #4 (permalink) Thu Sep 29, 2011 20:41 pm   Meaning of 'znooze'
 

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