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sleep together

euphemism Of two people, to have sex. Are you sure you're ready to sleep together? You've only been going out for a couple weeks. I heard that the boss and Mike from accounting have been sleeping together.
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sleep together

 
1. [for two or more people] to share a bed. Do you mean that Fred and Dave have to sleep together? My brother and I used to have to sleep together.
2. Euph. [for two people] to copulate. Do you think they slept together? Ted and Alice slept together a lot when they were in college.
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sleep together

v.
1. To share a bed or room for sleeping. The baby twins sleep together in their crib. Both guests slept together in our spare room.
2. To have sexual relations: They didn't sleep together until they were married.
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Q I HAVE been going out with my boyfriend for two months and I'm sure we'll be sleeping together soon.
Q MY husband and I are in the process of divorcing but we are still sleeping together.
We have only been sleeping together for a couple of weeks and I think we are good together.
"I think it's down to individuals about how long they wait before sleeping together.
Later, Abi tells Babe what's happened and that she and Ben have to abstain from sleeping together. But Babe has a cunning plan one that surely sweet Abi won't go along with?
Soon afterwards I went to see an old friend - one thing led to another and we ended up sleeping together.
I told them I was fine with them sleeping together but only if my son's girlfriend was on the Pill.
So far, so good - except I had made an unforgivable assumption: that sleeping together meant they were having sex.
Recently, we decided to meet and ended up sleeping together.
Farrid says: "It was winter time when Tiziana and I began sleeping together. She likes to sleep with a thick quilt and a hotwater bottle which I found unbearable.
We became very close and started sleeping together. He admitted he had strong feelings for me and said we could be together if I left his brother.