Hibernate

hi·ber·nate
ˈhībərˌnāt/
verb
  1. (of an animal or plant) spend the winter in a dormant state.
    synonyms: lie dormant, lie torpid, sleep;

    “bears hibernate in winter”
    • (of a person) remain inactive or indoors for an extended period.
      “the pilots who have been hibernating during the winter months get their gliders out again”
      synonyms: hole up, escape, withdraw, retreat, cocoon

      “he wanted to hibernate in front of a fire for the night”


  

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