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sweat

noun /swet/
the moisture given out through the skin sudor He was dripping with sweat after running so far in the heat. sweater noun any kind of knitted pullover or jersey. suéter, jersey sweaty adjective ( comparative sweatier, superlative sweatiest) wet or stained with, or smelling of, sweat sudoroso, sudado sweaty clothes/bodies. sweatiness noun sudor sweat gland noun (anatomy) any of the small organs that produce sweat and are found in the skin of humans over most of the body Glandula Sudoripera The sweat glands are controlled by nerve impulses and hormones. sweatshirt noun a piece of clothing for the upper body that has long sleeves and is worn for sports or as leisurewear Jersey She was wearing a thick cotton sweatshirt. a cold sweat noun (coldness and dampness of the skin when a person is in) a state of shock, fear etc sudor frío She broke out in a cold sweat.
Traducciones de “sweat”
en árabe عَرَق…
en coreano 땀…
in Malaysian peluh…
en francés sueur…
en italiano sudore…
en chino (tradicionál) 液體, 汗,汗水…
in Vietnamese mồ hôi…
en portugués suor…
in Thai เหงื่อ…
en alemán der Schweiß…
en catalán suor…
en japonés 汗…
in Indonesian keringat…
en chino (simplificado) 液体, 汗,汗水…
(Definition of sweat from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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