can do something in your sleep

can do something in your sleep
can do something in your sleep phrase
to be able to do something so easily that you do not need to think about it, especially because you have done it so many times before

I’ve driven there so many times, I could do it in my sleep.

Thesaurus: to be good at doing somethingsynonym
Main entry: sleep

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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