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sweaty 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Adjective
/ˈswetē/,
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sweatier, comparative; sweatiest, superlative;
  1. Exuding, soaked in, or inducing sweat
    • - my feet got so hot and sweaty

  1. (sweat) excrete perspiration through the pores in the skin; "Exercise makes one sweat"
  2. (sweat) fret: agitation resulting from active worry; "don't get in a stew"; "he's in a sweat about exams"
  3. (sweat) condensation of moisture on a cold surface; "the cold glasses were streaked with sweat"
  4. (sweat) effort: use of physical or mental energy; hard work; "he got an A for effort"; "they managed only with great exertion"
  5. (sweating) perspiration: the process of the sweat glands of the skin secreting a salty fluid; "perspiration is a homeostatic process"
  6. (Sweat (A La La La La Long)) "Sweat (A La La La La Long)" is a 1992 song recorded by the band Inner Circle.
  7. (Sweat (Hadise song)) "Sweat" is the first single by Belgian-Turkish singer Hadise from her debut album Sweat.
  8. (SWEAT (hypothesis)) SWEAT stands for southwestern United States and East Antarctica, which theorizes that the Southwestern United States was at one time connected to East Antarctica.
  9. (Sweat (Kool and the Gang album)) Sweat is an album released by the band Kool and the Gang in 1989 following a three year gap between albums. J.T. Taylor had now departed, and this album showed a refocused band.
  10. (Sweat (Nelly album)) Sweat is the third studio album by American rapper Nelly, released on September 14, 2004. ...
  11. (SWEAT (TV series)) SWEAT is an OLN/TSN show hosted by Julie Zwillich that aired in 2003-2004.
  12. covered in sweat; having a tendency to sweat; likely to cause one to sweat
  13. (sweat) Fluid that exits the body through pores in the skin usually due to physical stress and/or high temperature for the purpose of regulating body temperature and removing certain compounds from the circulation; A soldier (especially one who is old or experienced); The sweating sickness; ...
  14. (Sweat) To cook foods over gentle heat, usually covered or partly covered, until they release their moisture. Vegetables, meats, and seafood are often sweated when making soups, stews, and sauces so that the foods release their juices into the pan and surrounding liquid. ...
  15. (Sweat) To cook vegetables in fat over gentle heat so they become soft but not brown, and their juices are concentrated in the cooking fat. If the pan is covered during cooking, the ingredients will keep a certain amount of their natural moisture. ...
  16. (sweat) to cook sliced onions or vegetables, in a small amount of butter in a covered pan over low heat, to soften them and release flavour without browning.
  17. (Sweat) to cook a food in a pan (usually covered), without browning, over low heat until the item softens and releases moisture; sweating allows the food to release its flavor more quickly when cooked with other foods.
  18. (Sweat) To slowly cook vegetables in a covered pan until they are soft, but still hold their shape. This is often done with onions or garlic.
  19. To sweat someone is to watch them play from the rail, in order to lend your support.
  20. (Sweat) When foods, usually vegetables, are cooked over low heat in a small amount of fat (usually butter), drawing out juices to remove rawness and develop flavor.
  21. (sweat) To heat food, especially vegetables slowly in fat in a tightly closed saucepan until soft but not brown.
  22. (SWEAT) Worrying about everything
  23. (SWEAT) interrogate; also called "grill", "pump", or SQUEEZE; compare THIRD DEGREE, FLUTTER, see SCAR, PAIN, TORTURE, TRADECRAFT. ...
  24. (Sweat) A reaction may even occur on a warm day when there is sweat on the skin. If there is a breeze it will rapidly cool the skin and create hives. Getting warm quickly by drying the skin and covering up will help to control the hives before they get too bad. ...
  25. (Sweat) Another name for the process of fermenting or curing.