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sweat / sudor
 
sweat   [swet]
A. -noun   sudor (m)
·to be in a sweat
·estar sudando,   estar todo sudoroso   *   (figurative)   estar en un apuro
·to be in a sweat about something
*   estar muy preocupado por algo
·to get into a sweat
·empezar a sudar
·to get into a sweat about something
*   apurarse por algo
a. by the sweat of one'noun brow   con el sudor de su frente
2. *
(=piece of work)   trabajo (m) difícil,   trabajo (m) pesado
·what a sweat that was!
·eso ¡cómo nos hizo sudar!
·we had such a sweat to do it
·nos costó hacerlo
·no sweat!
·¡ningúnoun problema!
3. ·old sweat
*   veterano (m)
4. sweats
(United States)   *   sweatsuit   sweatpants
B. -intransitive verb   sudar,   transpirar   *
(=work hard)   sudar la gota gorda   (over something   por algo)
·they will lose everything they have sweated for
·van a perder todo lo que tanto sudor les ha costado conseguir
a. he was sweating buckets or like a pig   *   estaba sudando tinta or como un pollo
C. -transitive verb
1. (anatomy)   sudar
a. to sweat blood   sudar tinta
2. (culinary, cooking )
[+vegetables]   rehogar
D. -compound
·sweat gland   -noun   glándula (f) sudorípara
 
Collins Spanish Dictionary - Complete and Unabridged and Audio Headword Pronunciation (Spanish) 8th Edition 2005 © William Collins Sons & Co Ltd. 1971,1988 © HarperCollins Publishers 1992,1993,1996,1997,2000,2003,2005.
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