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Traducción de "sweat" - Diccionario Inglés-Chino Mandarín

sweat

verb [I]
 
 
/swet/
to pass a salty colourless liquid through the skin because you are hot, ill or frightened
流汗,出汗,冒汗
It was so hot when we arrived in Tripoli that we started to sweat as soon as we got off the plane.
我们到达的黎波里时天气太热了,我们一下飞机就开始出汗了。
The prisoners were sweating with fear.
囚犯们吓得直冒汗。
informal I was so afraid, I was sweating like a pig (= sweating a lot).
我害怕极了,浑身冒汗。
Bodily fluids and their productionUrine and urinating
If something sweats, it produces drops of liquid on the outside
渗出(水珠)
The walls in older houses sometimes sweat with damp.
老房子的墙壁有时候会因为受潮而渗出水珠。
Wet weather and wetness
Traducciones de “sweat”
en árabe يَتَعَرَّق…
en coreano 땀을 흘리다…
in Malaysian bekerja keras…
en francés suer sur…
en turco terlemek…
en italiano sudare…
en chino (tradicionál) 流汗,出汗,冒汗, 滲出(水珠)…
en ruso потеть…
en polaco pocić się…
in Vietnamese làm việc vất vả…
en español sudar la gota gorda, matarse a trabajar…
en portugués suar…
in Thai ทำงานหนัก…
en alemán sich schinden…
en catalán suar…
en japonés 汗をかく, 発汗する…
in Indonesian bekerja keras…
(Definition of sweat verb from the Diccionario Cambridge Inglés-Chino (simplificado) © Cambridge University Press)
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