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sweep US English

Clean (an area) by brushing away dirt or litter

sweep US Thesaurus

she swept the floor

chimney sweep US English

A person whose job is cleaning out the soot from chimneys

a clean sweep US English

The removal of all unwanted people or things in order to start afresh

sweep the board US English

Win every event or prize in a contest

sweep second hand US English

A second hand on a clock or watch, moving on the same dial as the other hands

sweep something away US English

Remove, dispel, or abolish something in a swift and sudden way

sweep someone off their feet US English

Charm someone quickly and overpoweringly

sweep something under the rug US English

Conceal or ignore a problem or difficulty in the hope that it will be forgotten

sweep something away in sweep US English

Remove, dispel, or abolish something in a swift and sudden way

Irish Sweepstake US English

A sweepstake on the results of certain major horse races, authorized since 1930 by the government of the Republic of Ireland in order to benefit Irish hospitals. It is the largest international lottery

Irish Sweep in Irish Sweepstake US English

A sweepstake on the results of certain major horse races, authorized since 1930 by the government of the Republic of Ireland in order to benefit Irish hospitals. It is the largest international lottery

sweep the board in sweep US English

Win every event or prize in a contest

a clean sweep in clean US English

The removal of all unwanted people or things in order to start afresh

sweep aside in sweep US Thesaurus

you can't sweep aside these allegations forever

sweep someone off their feet in foot US English

Charm someone quickly and overpoweringly

sweep something under the rug in sweep US English

Conceal or ignore a problem or difficulty in the hope that it will be forgotten

sweep the board or boards in sweep US English

Win every event or prize in a contest

sweep under the carpet in sweep US Thesaurus

their grievances could no longer be swept under the carpet

sweep something under the rug or carpet in sweep US English

Conceal or ignore a problem or difficulty in the hope that it will be forgotten