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sweat British & World English

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

sweat English Thesaurus

he was drenched with sweat

old sweat British & World English

A veteran soldier

no sweat British & World English

Used to convey that something is not difficult or problematic

cold sweat British & World English

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

muck sweat British & World English

A state of perspiring profusely

break sweat British & World English

Exert oneself physically

sweat blood British & World English

Make an extraordinarily strenuous effort to do something

sweat gland British & World 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 British & World English

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

sweat sock British & World English

A thick, absorbent calf-length sock, often worn with trainers

sweat bullets British & World English

Be extremely anxious or nervous

sweat equity British & World English

An interest in a property earned by a tenant in return for labour towards upkeep or restoration

sweat it out British & World English

Endure prolonged heat or exertion

blood, sweat, and tears British & World English

Extremely hard work; unstinting effort

sweat the small stuff British & World English

Worry about trivial things

sweat something out/off in sweat British & World English

Get rid of something from the body by exuding sweat

by the sweat of one's brow British & World English

By one’s own hard work, typically manual labour

no sweat in sweat British & World English

Used to convey that something is not difficult or problematic

break sweat in sweat British & World English

Exert oneself physically

sweat blood in sweat British & World English

Make an extraordinarily strenuous effort to do something

sweat bullets in sweat British & World English

Be extremely anxious or nervous

sweat it out in sweat British & World English

Endure prolonged heat or exertion

sweatsuit British & World English

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

blood, sweat, and tears in blood British & World English

Extremely hard work; unstinting effort

by the sweat of one's brow in sweat British & World English

By one’s own hard work, typically manual labour


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