Spanish Word for nap  

English Word: nap

Spanish Word: cabezada
The Spanish Word for nap
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I don't like to sleep in the afternoon, that's why I don't take a nap.
No me gusta dormir en la tarde, por eso nunca me echo una siesta.
He needs to take a nap.
Él necesita tomar una siesta.
Would it be better to give him some food before nap time?
¿Sería mejor darle de comer antes de la siesta?
Sofia is going to take a nap because she is very tired.
Sofia va a dormir una siesta porque está muy cansada.
I took a short nap at work
Me eché una siestecita en el trabajo.
Mary needs to take a nap.
Mary (Maria) necesita dormir la siesta.
He is waking up in the middle of nap time.
El se está despertando a la mitad de la siesta.
She is waking up in the middle of nap time.
Ella se está despertando a la mitad de la siesta.

You may go for a nap in between because eight minutes really is rather long.
Mientras hablo pueden echarse una siesta porque ocho minutos es realmente mucho tiempo.
It is facing too many issues in need of solutions for us to allow ourselves to take a nap while we wait for others to decide for us.
Tiene demasiadas cosas por delante que resolver para que nos podamos permitir sestear esperando a que los demás decidan por nosotros.
By the way, Ireland also submitted its NAP on 13 July and you did not mention its name in the countries that you read out.
Por cierto, Irlanda también presentó su plan nacional de asignación el 13 de julio y usted no la ha incluido entre los países que ha leído en voz alta.
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