sudar(
soo
-
dahr
)
intransitive verb
1. (to exude moisture) 
a. to sweat 
Con este calor no dejo de sudar.I can't stop sweating in this heat.
Empezó a sudar cuando la maestra le preguntó por qué no había entregado la tarea.He began to perspire when the teacher asked him why he hadn't turned in the homework.
2. (to exude condensation) 
a. to sweat 
Su bebida helada estaba sudando en el calor tropical.His cold drink was sweating in the tropical heat.
3. (colloquial) (to work tirelessly) 
Suda a diario para darles de comer a sus hijos.He works hard every day to feed his children.
transitive verb
4. (to exude moisture) 
a. to sweat 
La yegua sudaba espuma.The mare was sweating foam.
5. (to make moist from sweat) 
Pedro siempre suda la camiseta cuando sale a correr.Pedro always makes his T-shirt sweaty when he goes for a run.
sudar
intransitive verb
1. (transpirar) 
a. to sweat 
2. (pared) 
a. to run with condensation 
3. (colloquial) 
a. no direct translation 
sudaban a chorrosthey were running with sweat
4. (colloquial) 
a. no direct translation 
sudar la gota gordato sweat buckets
5. (fig) 
a. no direct translation 
transitive verb
6. (empapar) 
a. to make sweaty 
7. (colloquial) 
a. to work hard for 
sudar
intransitive verb
1 (transpirar) to sweat
sudar a chorros
sudar a mares
to sweat buckets (familiar)
hacer sudar a algn to make sb sweat
2 (exudar) [+recipiente] to ooze; [+pared] to sweat
transitive verb
1 (transpirar) to sweat
sudar la gota gorda to sweat buckets (familiar)
2 (mojar) [+ropa, prenda] to make sweaty
sudar la camiseta to sweat blood
necesitar un esfuerzo enorme para poder conseguir lo que se quiere. Se aplica casi exclusivamente al deporte Sergi Bruguera tendrá que sudar la camiseta si quiere ganar la final de Roland Garros frente al número uno mundial
me la suda
es un asunto que me la suda it bores the pants off me (familiar)
3 (Botánica) (segregar) to ooze; give out; give off
4 (conseguir con esfuerzo)
sudarlo to sweat it out; sudar un aumento de sueldo to sweat for a rise in pay; ha sudado el premio he really went flat out to get that prize
5 [+dinero] to cough up (familiar); part with
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