Translation of sweat in Spanish:
- 1 1.1 uncountable and countable (perspiration) the sweat was just pouring off mehe earned his living by the sweat of his browestaba bañado en sudorestaba sudando a chorrosI woke up in a sweatse ganaba el pan con el sudor de su frenteI broke out in a cold sweatme desperté empapado en sudoryou work up a real sweat with this exerciseme vino un sudor fríoto get into a sweat about somethingeste ejercicio te hace sudar mucho1.2 uncountable (surface moisture)preocuparse por algoExample sentences
- Too much heat and sweat can make your skin more irritated and itchy.
- Wearing moisture-wicking synthetic fabrics that draw sweat away from the skin and allow heat to escape can be a significant help.
- Although there is a sensation of heat, evaporation of sweat from the forehead and chest results in a drop in temperature in these areas.
- 2 uncountable (hard work) lifting those boxes was a real sweatno sweat [colloquial]levantar esas cajas fue una tremenda paliza [colloquial]ningún problemaExample sentences
- You can only do it with a lot of sweat, working hard, and throwing stuff away.
- Remember it took four hard years of sweat and tears for this Armagh side to achieve the ultimate prize in Gaelic football which proves that perseverance does pay off.
- May I wish the youth of India whose purposeful hard work with sweat will be a major transforming force for prosperous India.
- The story itself, if efficacious, should give no inkling of the sweat of the author's peculiarly difficult task.
- And will be lonelier to do, than when we could banter as we worked, making the work go faster as the sweat fell, seeming to be easier as we took on the task together.
- 4also: sweats(plural) (American English) [colloquial] → sweatpants
intransitive verb past tense & past participle sweated or (in American English also) sweat
- 1 1.1 (perspire) they were sweating profusely in the heatto sweat with fearsudaban a chorros con el calor1.2 (ooze)sudar de miedo(cheese/tree/wall)exudar humedadExample sentences
- Meat sweats in those packets and loses freshness.
- Creams will sweat or soften with excessive exposure to heat, so store properly.
- It is, on the face of it, a mute slab of pinkish grey meat sweating lightly in its clingfilm wrapper, a lacklustre staple of our English diet with nothing much to say for itself.
- As Marvin, the obese Ron Orbach sweats profusely but exudes quite a bit less humor.
- Besides the environmental changes, which can make us, sweat, hormonal or emotional stimuli can cause sweating.
- I'm flexing hard and sweating profusely but never breaking my smile.
- 2 2.1 (work hard)2.2 (worry)deslomarse trabajandoshe does it to make me sweatestar preocupadolo hace para preocuparmeExample sentences
- I myself have a claim that I have sweated over for the last year.
- A draft need not be a complete version of a story that a writer has sweated over for hours and that an editor has red-pencilled or responded to with noteface comments.
- Terry had sweated over Sonya for two years and in that time he had spoken to her only twice.
- To my mind, the ‘right’ thing is to give these countries the access they need and not sweat the details.
- You tell Lindsay not to sweat it - the whole thing is bound to blow over in a week or two.
- Pay attention to these basics, and don't sweat the details too soon.
transitive verb past tense & past participle sweated or (in American English also) sweat
- 1.1(animal/athlete)1.2hacer sudar(vegetables)Example sentences
- Heat 50g of the butter and a little olive oil in a casserole, then, over a medium heat, sweat the onions and garlic for five minutes.
- Meanwhile, back on the other side of the kitchen, you want to slowly sweat a thinly-sliced onion in a couple of ounces of butter.
- Transfer from the pan to a bowl, stir in the rosemary and place to one side. Heat 1 tbsp of the oil in the frying pan and sweat the onion until soft and translucent.
- Well, you know, this bodyguard, I tell you, I think they're going to sweat him now.
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