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Noun
Moisture exuded through the pores of the skin
“Slowly, she progressed through the stifling heat of the southern day, sweat pouring from her hairline, sweat pouring from her underarms, sweat pouring from every pore on her body.”
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Hard or exhausting work or effort
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“It took four hard years of sweat and tears for this Armagh side to achieve the ultimate prize in Gaelic football.”
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A state of fretting or being flustered over something
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“Why should you find yourself in such a sweat over what she chooses to do?”
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The state of being mentally concerned, uneasy, or anxious
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“Once upon a time, ministers jumped up and down because they had to face elections, and they used to get in a sweat about that.”
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A moderate degree of wetness
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Any fluid contained in or excreted or secreted by the body
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Human and animal solid waste excreted from the bowels
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A person taking part in a sport or game
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A substance, typically liquid, secreted or produced by an organism
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A situation that is difficult or dangerous
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Verb
To perspire or exude sweat
“His heart pumped faster and faster, and he began to sweat profusely.”
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To ooze or secrete a substance
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“Then, grasping the two ends, they would twist the sleeve so that the oil would sweat out and drip into a vase.”
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To be anxious or concerned about something in particular
“Pay attention to these basics, and don't sweat the details too soon.”
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To apply great and continuous effort
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“Feynman had to sweat for years on the detail before he eventually received his Nobel Prize.”
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(slang) To question or quiz, especially in a thorough or investigative manner
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“All we have to do is collate the evidence, sweat the suspect, find the holes in the story, and nail them.”
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To show, feel, or cause to feel, concern or worry
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To work excessively hard
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To remain in a heated or stifling atmosphere
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To tolerate, endure, or put up with (something)
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To wait (in readiness or expectation) for
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To oppressively cause someone or something to do too much work
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To have made an inquiry
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Compete eagerly with someone in order to do or achieve something
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Assess the nature or importance of, especially with a view to a decision or action
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