asleep 义务阶段1500 全国卷频次:21
As I was very tired, I fell asleep.
Do you dream at night when you’re asleep?
fall asleep v. 入睡；睡着
fell asleep 睡着了；入睡
fast asleep 熟睡的；很快地入睡
fallen asleep 睡着了
sound asleep 睡熟
lay asleep ◎使…入睡;◎埋葬，使永眠地下;◎使无足轻重，使无人过问;◎使入睡;◎使永眠地下，埋葬;◎使不受重视，使无人过问;
睡覺,睡著(用作表語)The baby fell asleep in her mother’s arms.嬰兒在母親的手臂裏睡著了.
[not before noun] sleeping
The baby was sound asleep (= sleeping deeply) upstairs.
I waited until they were all fast asleep (= sleeping deeply).
He was so exhausted that he fell asleep at his desk.
She was still half asleep (= not fully awake) when she arrived at work.
The police found him asleep in a garage.
asleep /əˈsliːp/ ●●● S2 adjective [not before noun]
1 sleeping 睡着的 OPP awake
Quiet! The baby’s asleep.
fast/sound asleep (=sleeping deeply) 睡得很熟的
2 fall asleep
a) to begin to sleep 入睡
Grandad fell asleep watching TV.
One in seven road accidents is caused by drivers falling asleep at the wheel (=falling asleep while driving).
b) literary used to mean that someone dies, when you want to avoid saying this directly 长眠
3 half asleep very tired or not completely awake 精疲力尽的；睡眼惺忪的
Still half asleep, Jenny began to make the kids’ breakfast.
4. an arm or leg that is asleep has been in one position for too long, so you cannot feel it properly 〔手臂或腿〕麻木的
5 asleep at the wheel/switch not paying attention to a situation, so that something bad happens 漫不经心的〔以至不好的事发生〕
Several publishers were asleep at the switch, and missed the book’s potential.
→ go to sleep at sleep2(3)
1.ADJ 形容词睡着的；熟睡的 Someone who is asleep is sleeping.
My four year-old daughter was asleep on the sofa.
2.PHRASE 短语入睡；睡着；进入梦乡 When you fall asleep, you start sleeping.
Sam snuggled down in his pillow and fell asleep.
3.PHRASE 短语熟睡的；酣睡的 Someone who is fast asleep or sound asleep is sleeping deeply.
They were both fast asleep in their cots…
Turning over, she was soon sound asleep again.
asleep /əˈsliːp/ adjective
not used before a noun
: in a state of sleep : sleeping睡着
“Are you asleep?” “No, I’m awake.”
He tries to clean up the house while the kids are asleep.
The cats are asleep on the floor.
She was still asleep at noon.
◊ When people are fast asleep or sound asleep, they are sleeping very deeply.熟睡
It was late at night and everyone was fast asleep.
One moment she was sound asleep, the next she was wide awake!
◊ If you are half asleep, you are very tired and not completely awake.迷迷瞪瞪；睡眼惺忪
We were still half asleep when we went to school the next morning.
: lacking any feeling
◊ If a part of your body (such as a foot or leg) is asleep, it is not able to feel anything for a brief time, usually because you have kept it in an awkward position for too long.通常由于长时间姿势不当而引起身体的一部分暂时）麻木，没有感觉
My foot’s asleep.
: to begin sleeping入睡
She fell asleep during the movie.
I woke up and I couldn’t fall back asleep. [=I couldn’t go to sleep again] 我醒了过来，之后无法再入睡了。