To lie in

a lie inTo lie in is a common phrasal verb that means to stay in bed longer than usual.

For example, I always lie in at the weekends; this is usually because I’ve  got a hangover from hell!

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One response to “To lie in

  1. I couldn´t believe that you drink as much as you say, if I hadn´t been in Manchster lately…

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