go to bed

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go to bed

To get into one's bed and sleep, ideally for eight hours. (Although one can nap in one's bed, the phrase "go to bed" is generally reserved for a longer period of sleep at the end of the day.) OK, I'm going to bed—good night, guys. Well, I'm not surprised you slept past noon if you went to bed at four in the morning! Mary usually tries to go to bed by 10 PM.
See also: bed, go

go to bed

(with someone) Go to go all the way (with someone).
See also: bed, go

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.
See also: bed, go
References in classic literature ?
It had been his intention, when he came home after dinner that night, to try to restore the balance of things by going to bed early.
'Going to bed!' The stranger's voice was shocked, as if he had heard blasphemy.
It was a quarter past twelve when Lady Lundie rose blandly from the whist-table, and said that she supposed somebody must set the example of going to bed. Sir Patrick and Smith, the surgeon and Jones, agreed on a last rubber.
A better idea, however, came into her mind before going to bed. She had heard something said about supper.
How often: Repeat this every night before going to bed for 2 weeks or until you are satisfied with the results.
Rescue-1122 advised the residents to properly switch off gas appliances before going to bed to avoid risks of any accident.
District Emergency Officer (DEO), Rescue-1122, Rawalpindi Dr Abdul Rehman said people should ensure that the room heaters was properly switched off and the gas valve was closed before going to bed to avoid leakage.
Rescue 1122 advised the residents to properly switch off gas appliances before going to bed to avoid risks of anaccident.
RAWALPINDI -- Rescue-1122 has advised the citizens to properly switch off gas appliances before going to bed to avoid risks of fire and casualties.
Going to bed before the snorer does will mean you won't suffer from the anxiety of waiting for them to fall asleep and begin snoring, which you know will keep you awake.
And Diana was driven to such extremes that she'd excuse herself and go to bed, going to bed before the Queen," he said (via (https://www.express.co.uk/news/royal/1040393/the-queen-princess-diana-royal-news) Express ).
The Sleep Calculator website reads: "Getting a good night's sleep is about more than simply going to bed early -- it's about waking up at the right time too.
Some argue that by going to bed early and rising early, we become more in tune with the earth's 24-hour cycle, which can lead to better sleep.
I'm not going to bed this time - it'll be daylight before I get to bed."
Summary: Children who have a habit of using and playing with tech gadgets such as a smartphone before going to bed, may face an increased risk of becoming obese, warns a study.