Definition of sleep in in English:

sleep in

Remain asleep or in bed later than usual in the morning: life assumes a different rhythm on the weekend; we sleep in, cut the grass, wash the car
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  • I was too tired to get up and go to school for 8 in the morning so I just slept in.
  • Sunday mornings are for sleeping in, not for physical exertion with the pub footie team.
  • Meanwhile, my sleeping in this morning meant Katharine had to get her own breakfast.
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