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sweat·y

 (swĕt′ē)
adj. sweat·i·er, sweat·i·est
1. Covered with or smelling of sweat.
2. Causing sweat: a sweaty job.

sweat′i·ly adv.
sweat′i·ness n.

sweaty

(ˈswɛtɪ)
adj, sweatier or sweatiest
1. (Physiology) covered with sweat; sweating
2. (Physiology) smelling of or like sweat
3. causing sweat
ˈsweatily adv
ˈsweatiness n

sweat•y

(ˈswɛt i)

adj. sweat•i•er, sweat•i•est.
1. covered, moist, or stained with sweat.
2. causing sweat.
[1325–75]
sweat′i•ly, adv.
sweat′i•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:

sweaty

adjective perspiring, sweating, sticky, clammy, bathed or drenched or soaked in perspiration, glowing She was hot and sweaty.

sweaty

adjective
Producing or covered with sweat:
Translations
مُبْتَل بالعَرَق، مُسَبِّب للعَرَقمُبَلَّلٌ بِالْعَرَق
zpocenýpropocený
svedig
hikinen
znojan
átizzadtizzadt
sveittur; svitastorkinn
汗だらけの
땀투성이의
prepotenýspotený
znojen
svettig
เปียกเหงื่อ
đầy mồ hôi

sweaty

[ˈswetɪ] ADJ (sweatier (compar) (sweatiest (superl))) [face, hands, person, horse] → sudoroso; [clothes] → sudado
to be all sweatyestar todo sudoroso

sweaty

[ˈswɛti] adj
[person, hands] → en sueur
I'm all sweaty → Je suis tout en sueur.
[work] → harassant(e)

sweaty

adj (+er) handsschweißig; browschweißbedeckt; body, person, socksverschwitzt; weather, day, workzum Schwitzen; placeheiß; to get sweatyins Schwitzen geraten; digging is sweaty workbeim Graben kommt man leicht ins Schwitzen; a hot and sweaty jobeine heiße und schweißtreibende Arbeit; to have a sweaty smellnach Schweiß riechen; sweaty feetSchweißfüße pl

sweaty

[ˈswɛtɪ] adj (-ier (comp) (-iest (superl))) (gen) → sudato/a, sudaticcio/a; (smell) → di sudore

sweat

(swet) noun
the moisture given out through the skin. He was dripping with sweat after running so far in the heat.
verb
1. to give out sweat. Vigorous exercise makes you sweat.
2. to work hard. I was sweating (away) at my work from morning till night.
ˈsweater noun
any kind of knitted pullover or jersey.
ˈsweaty adjective
wet or stained with, or smelling of, sweat. sweaty clothes/bodies.
ˈsweatiness noun
a cold sweat
(coldness and dampness of the skin when a person is in) a state of shock, fear etc.

sweaty

مُبَلَّلٌ بِالْعَرَق zpocený svedig verschwitzt ιδρωμένος sudado hikinen suant znojan sudato 汗だらけの 땀투성이의 zweterig svett spocony suado потный svettig เปียกเหงื่อ terli đầy mồ hôi 出汗的

sweaty

a. sudado-a, sudoroso-a.

sweaty

adj sudoroso
References in classic literature ?
Whenever I saw her come up the furrow, shouting to her beasts, sunburned, sweaty, her dress open at the neck, and her throat and chest dust-plastered, I used to think of the tone in which poor Mr.
The fireman, as he looked up from his sweaty toil, sometimes found those eyes looking wonderingly into the raging depths of the furnace, and fearfully and pityingly at him, as if she thought him in some dreadful danger.
We went along a narrow place and got into a kind of room, all damp and sweaty and cold, and there we stopped.
False eyebrows and false moustaches were stuck upon them, and their hideous countenances were all bloody and sweaty, and all awry with howling, and all staring and glaring with beastly excitement and want of sleep.
The nasty grasses upon which he lay exuded the effluvium of sweaty bodies, of decayed animal matter and of offal.
Late as he plowed, in the hot summer evenings, her sweaty fingers were busy still later with patching, brought home to boost along some young wife struggling with a teething baby.
Lush-stalked plants, larger-leaved than the body of a man, exuded a sweaty moisture from all their surfaces.
And here on the crest, three hours afterward, he emerged, tired and sweaty, garments torn and face and hands scratched, but with sparkling eyes and an unwonted zestfulness of expression.
In the lower bunk lay Louis, grossly fat and warm and sweaty, asleep unfeignedly and sleeping laboriously.
He didn't come across as being over hot and sweaty at that time.
You was ***ing funny," says Mr Sweaty Book in husky Yorkshire tones, "for a ***ing robbing Scouser that is.
Murray, 28, who next faces Andreas Seppi of Italy, admitted: "It was very sweaty.