Translation of sleep-out in Spanish:


dormida, n.

Pronunciation /ˈsliːpaʊt//ˈslipˌaʊt/


  • 1

    (en la calle) dormida feminine
    • William led the sleepout outside Leinster House in Dublin.
    • The day after the sleepout, November 15th, according to Lewis, the city offered the solid waste workers a hazardous duty retirement option.
    • The hostel and resources manager said: ‘The sleepout is not just about one night.’
    • Bertie dropped in on the 48-hour sleepout under the Bank of Ireland porticoes at College Green to chat to the teenagers and wish them well.
  • 2

    (veranda) galería Australian
    (veranda) veranda feminine Australian
    (outbuilding) dependencias exteriores feminine
    • To find that I have three painters camped in my sleepout and on my verandah.
    • She had to cook for the family and the hired farm worker who lived in the sleepout but had all his meals provided.
    • Senior Sergeant Dennis Murphy said the officers burst through the doors of a sleepout at the rear of the property to find the suspected lab.