Glossary of British Terms: lie in

Glossary of British Terms: lie in

lie in (n):

An extended sleep into late morning or early afternoon.

“It’s been a long week, I need a lie in.

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Posted by Tess on October 15th, 2007 | Filed in british glossary, distracted, lion, word play


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