go to bed


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go to bed

to go to where one's bed is, get into it, and go to sleep. It's time for me to go to bed. I want to go to bed, but there is too much work to do.
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go to bed

(with someone) Go to go all the way (with someone).
See also: bed
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30pm whereas 20% of children these days go to bed between 8.
Go to bed just 30 minutes earlier each school night, and you'll gain 2 1/2 hours of sleep a week.
You work late, arriving home just in time to see your children as they go to bed, if you're lucky.
Even though there's that drug [melatonin] that is produced, you can still go to bed early and wake up and feel fine," he tells JS.
a simple guide for anyone having problems getting their children to go to bed.
He threatened to scale the walls and said: 'If I could go to bed steamin', I'd get my head down.
I'll wash two to three times a day, once in the morning, once in the middle of the day--to get rid of the sweat--and once before I go to bed," she says.
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If you're traveling west, go to bed one hour earlier for each time zone you will be experiencing," says Smith.
Get up and go to bed earlier a few days prior to an eastbound trip and a few hours later for a westbound trip.
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It you're going to California from Kansas, go to bed at 9 p.
Make sure your little goblins doneIUt go to bed without brushing their teeth
And if she wasn't refusing to go to bed she was getting up in the wee small hours, wandering around the house like a phantom, with no recollection of her nocturnal antics the following morning.