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  • 21nap-? — *nap ? germ.?, Substantiv: nhd. Rübe; ne. beet; Interferenz: Lehnwort lat. nāpus; Etymologie: s. lat. nāpus, Maskulinum, Steckrübe; …

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  • 22Nap — For other uses, see Nap (disambiguation). Hammock napping on a patio, in Costa Rica A nap is a short period of sleep, usually during daytime. Naps may be taken when one becomes drowsy during the day or as a traditional daily practice. It is… …

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  • 23nap — al·lo·sy·nap·sis; an·nap·o·lis; aph·a·nap·ter·yx; car·nap·tious; del·phi·nap·ter·us; dog·nap; kid·nap·per; NAP; nap; nap·less; nap·ra·path; shag·a·nap·pi; si·nap·ic; kid·nap·pee; pet·nap·ping; kid·nap; nap·kin; nap·per; nap·pi·ness; nap·py;… …

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  • 24NAP II — Der nationale Allokationsplan (NAP, nationaler Zuteilungsplan) ist eine im Rahmen des europäischen Treibhausgasemissionshandels von jedem Mitgliedstaat der Europäischen Union jeweils am Anfang einer Handelsperiode (3 bzw. 5 Jahre) zu erstellende… …

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  • 25nap — {{11}}nap (n.1) downy surface of cloth, mid 15c., from M.Du. or M.L.G. noppe nap, tuft of wool, probably introduced by Flemish cloth workers. Cognate with O.E. hnoppian to pluck, ahneopan pluck off, O.Swed. niupa to pinch, Goth. dis hniupan to… …

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  • 26nap — nap1 /nap/, v., napped, napping, n. v.i. 1. to sleep for a short time; doze. 2. to be off one s guard: The question caught him napping. v.t. 3. to sleep or doze through (a period of time, an activity, etc.) (usually fol. by away): I napped the… …

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  • 27nap — I. /næp / (say nap) verb (i) (napped, napping) 1. to have a short sleep; doze. –noun 2. a short sleep; a doze. –phrase 3. catch someone napping, to discover someone unprepared or off guard. {Middle English nappe(n), Old English hnappian} II. /næp …

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  • 28nap — 1. v. & n. v.intr. (napped, napping) sleep lightly or briefly. n. a short sleep or doze, esp. by day (took a nap). Phrases and idioms: catch a person napping 1 find a person asleep or off guard. 2 detect in negligence or error. Etymology: OE… …

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  • 29nap — [[t]næ̱p[/t]] naps, napping, napped 1) N COUNT If you have a nap, you have a short sleep, usually during the day. Use your lunch hour to have a nap in your chair... I might take a little nap. Syn: snooze 2) VERB If you nap, you sleep for a short… …

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  • 30nap — I UK [næp] / US verb [intransitive] Word forms nap : present tense I/you/we/they nap he/she/it naps present participle napping past tense napped past participle napped to sleep for a short period of time, usually during the day • catch someone… …

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  • 31nap — I [[t]næp[/t]] v. napped, nap•ping, n. 1) to sleep for a short time; doze 2) to be off one s guard: The question caught him napping[/ex] 3) to sleep or doze through: I napped the afternoon away[/ex] 4) a brief period of sleep, esp. one taken… …

    From formal English to slang

  • 32nap — I nap 1. nap sb., pet, nap, pene II nap 2. nap: knap og nap …

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  • 33nap — I. intransitive verb (napped; napping) Etymology: Middle English nappen, from Old English hnappian; akin to Old High German hnaffezen to doze Date: before 12th century 1. to sleep briefly especially during the day ; doze 2. to be off guard II …

    New Collegiate Dictionary

  • 34nap — nap1 [næp] n [Sense: 1; Date: 1300 1400; Origin: NAP2] [Sense: 2; Date: 1400 1500; : Middle Dutch; Origin: noppe] 1.) a short sleep, especially during the day have/take a nap ▪ I usually take a nap after lunch …

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  • 35nap — nap1 [ næp ] noun 1. ) count a short sleep, usually during the day: take/have a nap: I think I ll take a little nap this afternoon. 2. ) singular the soft top layer of some cloths, carpets, etc. that consists of short fibers that all lie in one… …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 36nap — nap1 verb (naps, napping, napped) sleep lightly or briefly, especially during the day. noun a short sleep of this type. Origin OE hnappian, prob. of Gmc origin. nap2 noun 1》 the raised hairs or threads on the surface of fabric or suede leather,… …

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  • 37nap — I 1. verb they were napping on the sofa Syn: doze, sleep, sleep lightly, take a nap, catnap, rest, take a siesta; informal snooze, catch forty winks, get some shut eye, catch some Zs, catch a few Zs 2. noun a nap will make you feel better …

    Thesaurus of popular words

  • 38nap — 1. noun /nap,næp/ a) A short period of sleep, especially one during the day. b) A soft or fuzzy surface on fabric or leather. 2. verb /nap,næp/ …

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  • 39nap — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ brief, little, quick, short ▪ long ▪ nice ▪ afternoon, daytime …

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  • 40NAP — Die Abkürzung NAP steht für: den Flughafen Neapel im IATA Flughafencode Normaal Amsterdams Peil (Amsterdamer Pegel), Referenzwert für Höhenmessung in den Niederlanden Nervenaustrittspunkte National Action Plan for Children Nationaler Aktionsplan… …

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