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sweat US English

Moisture exuded through the pores of the skin, typically in profuse quantities as a reaction to heat, physical exertion, fever, or fear

sweat US Thesaurus

he was drenched with sweat

sweat in sweat US English

Exude sweat

old sweat US English

A veteran soldier

no sweat US English

Used to convey that one perceives no difficulty or problem with something

cold sweat US English

A state of sweating induced by fear, nervousness, or illness

muck sweat US English

A state of perspiring profusely

sweat blood US English

Make an extraordinarily strenuous effort to do something

sweat gland US English

A small gland that secretes sweat, situated in the dermis of the skin. Such glands are found over most of the body, and have a simple coiled tubular structure

sweat lodge US English

A hut, typically dome-shaped and made with natural materials, used by North American Indians for ritual steam baths as a means of purification

sweat sock US English

A thick, absorbent, calf-length sock, often worn with athletic shoes

sweat buckets US English

Sweat profusely

sweat bullets US English

Be extremely anxious or nervous

sweat equity US English

An interest or increased value in a property earned from labor toward upkeep or restoration

sweat it out US English

Endure an unpleasant experience, typically one involving physical exertion in great heat

break a sweat US English

Exert oneself physically

don't sweat it US English

Used to urge someone not to worry

sweat like a pig US English

Sweat profusely

blood, sweat, and tears US English

Extremely hard work; unstinting effort

sweat the small stuff US English

Worry about trivial things

by the sweat of one's brow US English

By one’s own hard work, typically manual labor

no sweat in sweat US English

Used to convey that one perceives no difficulty or problem with something

don't sweat it in sweat US English

Used to urge someone not to worry

sweatsuit US English

A suit consisting of a sweatshirt and sweatpants, worn when exercising or as leisurewear

blood, sweat, and tears in blood US English

Extremely hard work; unstinting effort

sweat blood in sweat US English

Make an extraordinarily strenuous effort to do something

break a sweat in sweat US English

Exert oneself physically

sweat bullets in sweat US English

Be extremely anxious or nervous

sweat it out in sweat US English

Endure an unpleasant experience, typically one involving physical exertion in great heat

by the sweat of one's brow in sweat US English

By one’s own hard work, typically manual labor

sweat the small stuff in sweat US English

Worry about trivial things