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    Nap in/under the sun

    Hello!

    What preposition should be used? Perhaps both??

    Take a nap in/under the sun.

    Cheers,
    Tito

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    Re: Nap in/under the sun

    In. 'Under the sun' is chiefly used as a metaphor meaning 'in the world'.

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    Re: Nap in/under the sun

    Aye, like: what's new under the sun?

    Tks!

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