Translation of sweaty in Spanish:

sweaty

Pronunciation: /ˈsweti/

adj (-tier, -tiest)

  • 1.1 [hands/person] sudado, transpirado, sudoroso [literario/literary]; [socks/feet] sudado, transpirado 1.2 [weather] bochornoso; [work] que hace sudar
    More example sentences
    • He appears to glide effortlessly to unfamiliar locations without becoming even slightly sweaty.
    • If you shout at them their big sweaty dad will return from the beach and batter you with your broken hedge-trimmer.
    • Four hours later, I emerged at Alicia's house, tired and sweaty, clutching the cat in my arms.

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