Synonyms of sweat in English:

sweat


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noun

1‘he was drenched with sweat’

SYNONYMS
perspiration, moisture, dampness, wetness, lather
sweating
informal muck sweat
technical sudor, diaphoresis, hidrosis

2‘I was in a sweat to get away’

SYNONYMS
fluster, flutter, fret, fuss, panic, frenzy, fever, pother, state of anxiety, state of agitation, state of nervousness, nervous state, state of worry
informal state, flap, tizzy, tiz-woz, dither, stew, lather, twitter
North American informal twit

3‘they made their money from the sweat of the working classes’

SYNONYMS
labour, hard work, toil, toils, effort, efforts, exertion, exertions, industry, industriousness, drudgery, slog, the sweat of one's brow
back-breaking task, labour of Hercules
informal graft, grind, elbow grease

verb

1‘the coat had made her so hot that she was sweating heavily’

SYNONYMS
perspire, swelter, exude perspiration, drip with perspiration, drip with sweat, be pouring with sweat, break out in a sweat, glow, be damp, be wet, secrete
informal be in a muck sweat, sweat buckets, sweat like a pig
rare sudate

2‘I've sweated over this for the last six months, and I'm not going to see that work wasted’

SYNONYMS
work hard, work, work like a Trojan, labour, toil, slog, slave, work one's fingers to the bone, keep one's nose to the grindstone
informal grind, graft, plug away, put one's back into something
archaic drudge

3‘I sweated over my mistakes’

SYNONYMS
worry, agonize, fuss, panic, fret, dither, lose sleep, be on tenterhooks, be in a state of anxiety, be in a state of agitation, be in a state of nervousness
informal be on pins and needles, be in a state, be in a flap, be in a tiz-woz, be in a stew, be in a lather, bite one's nails, torture oneself, torment oneself