There are 2 translations of kip in Spanish:

kip1

Pronunciation: /kɪp/

n

  • (BrE) [colloquial/familiar] (sleep) (no pl) to have a kip echarse un sueño or una siestecita or siestita [familiar/colloquial], apolillar un rato (RPl) [familiar/colloquial] let me get some kip déjame dormir un rato
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    • Though you've still been on the road for four or five hours to reach the ferry port, your time clock says you are ready for some kip, so you sleep like a baby, arriving before France really wakes up, refreshed and prepared for a long drive.
    • That's one way to get some kip on the plane, leave your child in an airport.
    • Lo and behold out of the surf popped a little critter, and he proceeded to waddle up the beach and then up the banking for a bit of kip.

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There are 2 translations of kip in Spanish:

kip2

vi (-pp-)

  • (BrE) [colloquial/familiar], dormir*, apolillar (RPl) [familiar/colloquial] to kip down acostarse* a dormir
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    • I was back from Germany for a few weeks and was kipping for a couple of nights on the sofa in the place that my ex-housemates were now sharing with my ex-girlfriend (we're still friendly so it wasn't a problem).
    • Now at this stage I was all for kipping on the floor of the family room, rather than leave my poor, unprotected wife in the hands of evil maternity ward goons.
    • In Japanese style, we just piled into the room and kipped on the floor, no beds, no mats, no nothing.

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Today is a public holiday in Peru (Día de la Independencia)