lose sleep over someone


lose sleep over someone
lose sleep (over (someone/something)) to be worried and unable to relax because of something.

An asteroid could hit the earth, but it's not something you should lose sleep over.


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  • lose sleep over something — lose sleep (over (someone/something)) to be worried and unable to relax because of something. An asteroid could hit the earth, but it s not something you should lose sleep over …   New idioms dictionary

  • lose sleep over — lose sleep (over (someone/something)) to be worried and unable to relax because of something. An asteroid could hit the earth, but it s not something you should lose sleep over …   New idioms dictionary

  • lose sleep — (over (someone/something)) to be worried and unable to relax because of something. An asteroid could hit the earth, but it s not something you should lose sleep over …   New idioms dictionary

  • lose — [ luz ] (past tense and past participle lost [ lɔst ] ) verb *** ▸ 1 stop having something ▸ 2 be unable to find ▸ 3 not win ▸ 4 have less than before ▸ 5 when someone dies ▸ 6 no longer see/hear etc. ▸ 7 not have body part ▸ 8 stop having… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • lose — W1S1 [lu:z] v past tense and past participle lost [lɔst US lo:st] ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(stop having attitude/quality etc)¦ 2¦(not win)¦ 3¦(cannot find something)¦ 4¦(stop having something)¦ 5¦(death)¦ 6¦(money)¦ 7 have nothing to lose 8¦(time)¦ …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • sleep — sleep1 W2S1 [sli:p] v past tense and past participle slept [slept] 1.) to rest your mind and body, usually at night when you are lying in bed with your eyes closed →↑asleep, oversleep ↑oversleep ▪ I usually sleep on my back. ▪ Did you sleep well… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • sleep — 1 /sli:p/ verb past tense and past participle slept /slept/ 1 REST (I) to rest your mind and body by being asleep: I normally sleep on my back. | You re welcome to stay if you don t mind sleeping on the floor. | sleep well/soundly: Did you sleep… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • lose */*/*/ — UK [luːz] / US [luz] verb Word forms lose : present tense I/you/we/they lose he/she/it loses present participle losing past tense lost UK [lɒst] / US [lɔst] past participle lost Get it right: lose: Don t confuse lose (a verb) and loose (an… …   English dictionary

  • lose — [c]/luz / (say loohz) verb (lost, losing) –verb (t) 1. to come to be without, by some chance, and not know the whereabouts of: to lose a ring. 2. to suffer the loss or deprivation of: to lose one s life. 3. to be bereaved of by death: to lose a… …   Australian English dictionary

  • sleep — sleep1 [ slip ] (past tense and past participle slept [ slept ] ) verb *** 1. ) intransitive to go into a natural state in which you are unconscious for a time and your body rests, especially for several hours at night: The baby usually sleeps in …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English