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Adjective
Damp with perspiration
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Hot and bothered
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Adjective
Having or showing the symptoms of a fever
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Adjective
Giving off heat
Noun
Perspiration, especially when profuse and medically induced
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The process by which a liquid leaks through a porous substance
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Perspiring
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The act of excreting
Verb
Present participle for to perspire or exude sweat
“His heart pumped faster and faster, and he began to sweat profusely.”
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Present participle for 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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Present participle for 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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Present participle for 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) Present participle for 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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Present participle for to show, feel, or cause to feel, concern or worry
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Present participle for to work excessively hard
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Present participle for to care or be concerned about something
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Present participle for to remain in a heated or stifling atmosphere
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Present participle for be constantly or visibly anxious
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Present participle for to cause distress or anxiety to
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Present participle for to wait (in readiness or expectation) for
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Present participle for to oppressively cause someone or something to do too much work
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Present participle for to have made an inquiry
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Present participle for compete eagerly with someone in order to do or achieve something
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Present participle for assess the nature or importance of, especially with a view to a decision or action
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(archaic) Present participle for to tolerate
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