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English Idioms Sack Out
English Idioms S
English Idioms "S"
Sack Out - to go to sleep; to go to bed
- I am very tired, so I am going to sack out.
- We sacked out on our way home from work on the bus.
- I always sack out in the plane.
- I usually sack out when I get home from work.
- My brother came home, and he sacked out.
- I am so tired. I just want to go and sack out.