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        shuì, to sleep/to lie down
        shuìjiào, [睡覺], to go to bed/to sleep
        shuìzháo, [睡著], to fall asleep
        shuìmián, sleep
        shuìyī, night clothes/pajamas
        rùshuì, to fall asleep
        chénshuì, to be fast asleep/(fig.) to lie dormant/to lie undiscovered
        shuìdài, sleeping bag
        dǎkēshuì, to doze off/to fall asleep/see also 打盹[dǎ dǔn]
        shuìpáo, nightgown
        shúshuì, asleep/sleeping soundly
        Shuìměirén, Sleeping Beauty
        kēshuì, drowsy/to doze/to nap
        shuìxǐng, to wake up/awake/conscious
        hūnshuì, sleep/drowse when unconscious/lethargic sleep/lethargy
        hūnhūnyùshuì, drowsy/sleepy (idiom)
        shuìyǐ, couch
        wǔshuì, to take a nap/siesta
        shuìyì, sleepiness
        shuìlián, [睡蓮], water lily
        hānshuì, to sleep soundly/to fall into a deep sleep
        shuìxiàng, sleeping posture
        fāzuòxìngshìshuìbìng, [發作性嗜睡病], narcolepsy
        chīhēlāsāshuì, to eat, drink, shit, piss, and sleep/(fig.) the ordinary daily routine
        shìshuìzhèng, hypersomnia/excessive sleepiness (medical)
        hǎoshuì, good night
        xiǎoshuì, to nap/to doze
        xiǎngshuì, drowsy/sleepy
        zǎoshuìzǎoqǐ, early to bed, early to rise/to keep early hours
        hūnshuìbìng, sleeping sickness/African trypanosomiasis/see also 非洲錐蟲病|非洲锥虫病[Fēi zhōu zhuī chó...
        shuìxiāng, [睡鄉], sleep/the land of Nod/dreamland
        shuìwǔjiào, [睡午覺], to have a nap
        shuìhuílóngjiào, [睡回籠覺], to go back to sleep (instead of rising up in the morning)/to sleep in
姿         shuìzī, sleeping posture
        shuìlǎnjiào, [睡懶覺], to sleep in
        shuìfáng, bedroom
        shuìmiánbùzú, lack of sleep/sleep deficit
        shuìmiánshītiáo, [睡眠失調], sleep disorder
        shuìmiánzhě, sleeper
        shuìmiánchóng, [睡眠蟲], trypanosome
        shuìyīkù, [睡衣褲], pajamas
        shuìqún, nightgown
        shuìguòtóu, [睡過頭], to oversleep
        shuìshǔ, dormouse

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