spend the night with somebody/together

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spend the night

1. To sleep in another person's house as their guest. My son is spending the night at his friend's house tonight. It's getting late, so why don't you both spend the night in our spare room?
2. By extension, to spend the night in someone's bed, with the implication of having sex with them. Are you sure you're ready for him to spend the night? You've only been going out for a couple weeks. Even when I was in my mid-20s, my parents still didn't allow my girlfriend to spend the night with me.
See also: night, spend

spend the ˈnight with somebody/together

stay with somebody for a night and have sex with them: James told me Kim and Robin spent the night together.
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So he'd rather watch a bunch of dogs run round a track than spend the night with you, eh?
My daughter was so upset, and Bonnie called to tell me not to worry, she was going to the hospital to spend the night with Nathan.
And now with the roll-out of thousands of Sheraton Sweet Sleeper Beds, there has never been a better time to spend the night with Sheraton and see for yourself.
It was getting dark outside and the woman on the phone asked Cassandra where she was going to spend the night with her children?