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sleep two/four/six etc

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsleep two/four/six etcsleep two/four/six etcto have enough beds for a particular number of people The villa sleeps four. sleep
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sleep two/four/six etcRates start at $ 75 per night off-season for a cabin that sleeps two.All the comfortable rooms sleep two and are of a high standard with private shower and W.C; most have a balcony.Expect to pay $ 115 for a cabin that sleeps four during peak season.I can actually go home and sleep six hours at night now.Soldiers sleep four or six to a dormitory, with lockable doors and private bathrooms.The properties, which sleep four people, are based at Rosecraddoc Manor, set in 38 acres of woodlands near Liskeard.They sleep six to a bed and wake up to the fiery sting of bug bites.He was probably fed up with having to sleep four to a bed.
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