Sleep through



verb (intransitive, adverb)
1.
(informal) (of a baby) to sleep all night without waking up
sleep through
1.
Sleep without waking for a period of time, usually the night, as in At three months many babies have learned to sleep through. [ Mid-1900s ]
2.
sleep through something. Fail to pay attention, as in We all slept through the explanation and then had trouble getting the machines started.

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