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power nap

A colloquial, humorous term for a nap taken during work for refreshment before resuming one's work.
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A poll of 500 office staff found most of those having a catnap fell asleep for less than 10 minutes, but one in 10 of those nodding off snoozed for more than half an hour.
A hotel chain is renting out its rooms for half an hour to enable tired motorists to take a catnap. The pounds 5 for 30-minute deal from Travelodge includes coffee to help drivers stay awake when they get back in their vehicle.
The two had been at the library working for more than 12 hours and would likely get no more than a quick catnap before heading to class.
Whether used for a daytime catnap or a full night's rest, open-air sleeping platforms can give you a chance to enjoy summer weather to the fullest.
We are not down, we're just having a little catnap in the winter.
A FUNDRAISING event has given a whole new meaning to the term 'catnap'.
I've always been a fan of a catnap but nowadays they're getting longer and longer.
And seven out of 10 British workers quizzed said taking a 30-minute catnap would increase their productivity, improve their concentration and make them more alert.
ENJOYING a catnap are Wilson (black) and Giles (ginger).
Butt reportedly had a catnap during the meeting, which was called to discuss Pakistan's white wash in both the Test and one-day series against Australia, apart from other issues.
A STOW AWAY moggy took a 100- mile trip around Merseyside after taking a catnap in a removals van.
Around one in seven workers said they tried to have a catnap in the office to sleep off a hangover, either at their desk, in the toilet or even during a meeting.