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catnap

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcatnapcat‧nap /ˈkætnæp/ noun [countable]  informalSLEEP a very short sleephave/take a catnap Nomes slept badly, and had to take catnaps during the day.catnap verb [intransitive]
Examples from the Corpus
catnapEven while taking a catnap the animal's ears are in operation.The night brought her 40 minutes of sleep, if that -- two catnaps.have/take a catnapEven while taking a catnap the animal's ears are in operation.
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