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  1. sweat

    • IPA[swɛt]

    英式

    • n.
      moisture exuded through the pores of the skin, typically in profuse quantities as a reaction to heat, physical exertion, fever, or fear;an instance or period of being covered with sweat
    • v.
      exude sweat;get rid of something from the body by exuding sweat
    • noun: sweat, plural noun: sweats

    • verb: sweat, 3rd person present: sweats, gerund or present participle: sweating, past tense: sweated, past participle: sweated

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. moisture exuded through the pores of the skin, typically in profuse quantities as a reaction to heat, physical exertion, fever, or fear:

      beads of sweat broke out on her brow

    • 2. an instance or period of being covered with sweat:

      even thinking about him made me break out in a sweat

      we'd all worked up a sweat in spite of the cold

    • 3. a state of flustered anxiety or distress:

      I don't believe he'd get into such a sweat about a girl

    • 4. hard work; effort:

      computer graphics take a lot of the sweat out of animation

    • 5. a laborious task or undertaking:

      helping to run the meeting was a bit of a sweat

    • 6. another term for sweatsuit or sweatpants
    • 7. denoting loose casual garments made of thick, fleecy cotton:

      sweat tops and bottoms

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. exude sweat:

      he was sweating profusely

    • 2. get rid of something from the body by exuding sweat:

      a well-hydrated body sweats out waste products more efficiently

    • 3. cause (a person or animal) to exude sweat by exercise or exertion:

      cold as it was, the climb had sweated him

    • 4. (of food or an object) ooze or exude beads of moisture on to its surface:

      cheese stored at room temperature will quickly begin to sweat

    • 5. (of a person) exert a great deal of strenuous effort:

      I've sweated over this for six months

    • 6. (of a person) be or remain in a state of extreme anxiety, typically for a prolonged period:

      if we let them sweat for a week, they'll be a lot more cooperative

    • 7. worry about (something):

      he's not going to have a lot of time to sweat the details

    • 8. heat (chopped vegetables) slowly in a pan with a small amount of fat, so that they cook in their own juices:

      sweat the celery and onions with olive oil and seasoning

    • 9. (of chopped vegetables) be cooked slowly in a pan with a small amount of fat:

      let the chopped onion sweat gently for five minutes

    • 10. subject (metal) to surface melting, especially to fasten or join by solder without a soldering iron:

      the tyre is sweated on to the wooden parts

    • adj. relating to or denoting manual workers employed at very low wages for long hours and under poor conditions:

    • the use of sweated labour by unscrupulous employers

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    • used to convey that something is not difficult or problematic

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    • n. 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.

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    • n. a thick, absorbent calf-length sock, often worn with trainers.

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    • n. a thick, absorbent, calf-length sock, often worn with athletic shoes.

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    • make an extraordinarily strenuous effort to do something

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    • n. an interest in a property earned by a tenant in return for labour towards upkeep or restoration:

    • we've had to rely on sweat equity

      sweat equity ownership of buildings

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    • n. perspiration caused by fear of failure, especially when performing for an audience:

    • the talented actors do what they can, but the flop sweat shows

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    • IPA[swet]

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    • n.
      moisture exuded through the pores of the skin, typically in profuse quantities as a reaction to heat, physical exertion, fever, or fear:
    • beads of sweat broke out on her brow
    • v.
      exude sweat:
    • he was sweating profusely

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  2. 知識+

    • breaking a sweat

      ... star seems to be on the road to success without breaking a sweat? 新起的星怎麼可能在不費工夫的情況下往成功的道路前進? 這句話大概...

    • covered in sweat是什麼意思?

      我想應該是指流汗流得很多,才會covered in sweat

    • Sweat who have the means to treat?

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