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Definition of “sweat” - Learner’s Dictionary

sweat

verb [I]     /swet/
B2 to produce liquid through your skin because you are hot or nervous: I'd been running and I was sweating.Bodily fluids and their productionUrine and urinating
sweat noun [U]
B2 The sweat was running down his face.
Translations of “sweat”
in Arabic يَتَعَرَّق…
in Korean 땀을 흘리다…
in Malaysian bekerja keras…
in French suer sur…
in Turkish terlemek…
in Italian sudare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 流汗,出汗,冒汗, 滲出(水珠)…
in Russian потеть…
in Polish pocić się…
in Vietnamese làm việc vất vả…
in Spanish sudar la gota gorda, matarse a trabajar…
in Portuguese suar…
in Thai ทำงานหนัก…
in German sich schinden…
in Catalan suar…
in Japanese 汗をかく, 発汗する…
in Indonesian bekerja keras…
in Chinese (Simplified) 流汗,出汗,冒汗, 渗出(水珠)…
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