a shop employing workers at low wages, for long hours, and under poor conditions.
a workshop where employees work long hours under bad conditions for low wages
A small factory or shop in which employees are poorly paid and work under adverse conditions. Sweatshops were especially common in the garment industry during the early twentieth century.
sweat something out of someone
plural noun 1. socks made of thick, absorbent cotton, wool, or other material and worn during exercise, sports, leisure activity, etc.
- Sweat something out
noun 1. a set of garments consisting of sweatpants and a sweatshirt. noun 1. a suit worn by athletes for training comprising knitted cotton trousers fitting closely at the ankle and a light cotton sweater
noun 1. marsh mallow.