In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(person/hands) sudado(person/hands) transpirado(hands/person) sudoroso literary(socks/feet) sudado(socks/feet) transpirado
- He spent an entire season on a task he could have completed in one sweaty afternoon.
- He appears to glide effortlessly to unfamiliar locations without becoming even slightly sweaty.
- Standing in the aisle breathing in the BO of the sweaty commuter souls around me.
- Inside a studio large enough to house a couple of jumbo jets, a reconstruction of a tiny, sweaty club has been built.
- Hit your head on the nu-punk rock at this sweaty day of debauchery featuring tons of bands.
- It makes you hot, sweaty, thirsty and uncomfortable and too much of it gives you cancer.
- The enormous concert hall is packed, sweaty and anxious for the first star to take the stage.
- If I look hot, sweaty and as if I'm in pain, then that's the reality and that's the way it is.
- Every time the door opens to eject another sweaty dancer, clouds of steam waft out to envelope us in a damp mist.
- The level of humidity found in this part of the US at this time of year has to be a sweaty and debilitating factor.
- Such al fresco activity surely beats aerobics in a sports hall or regular visits to a hot and sweaty gym.
- I felt absorbed into the farm today, forgetting about how sweaty and dirty and tired I was.
- An operation cured the sweaty palms but Abbi still suffers from sweaty feet.
- Four hours later, I emerged at Alicia's house, tired and sweaty, clutching the cat in my arms.
- Outside the café is the best patio in the city, perfect for a hot and sweaty summer night.
- All over the vet's black rubber table top there were little sweaty paw prints.
- The local beach bar was everything the yacht wasn't: small, dark, packed and sweaty.
- If you shout at them their big sweaty dad will return from the beach and batter you with your broken hedge-trimmer.
- I wiped my sweaty palms on my jeans because I did not want to let them know I was frightened.
- At least one pub is packed to the rafters with sweaty and chanting fans watching games on the big screen.
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