a febrile epidemic disease that appeared in the 15th and 16th centuries: characterized by profuse sweating and frequently fatal in a few hours.
the nontechnical name for miliary fever
an acute infectious febrile disease that was widespread in Europe during the late 15th century, characterized by profuse sweating
a disease of cattle, esp calves, prevalent in southern Africa. Transmitted by ticks, it is characterized by sweating, hair loss, and inflammation of the mouth and eyes
noun 1. the practice of employing workers in sweatshops.
noun, (used with a plural verb) 1. loose-fitting pants of soft, absorbent fabric, as cotton jersey, usually with a drawstring at the waist and close-fitting or elastic cuffs at the ankles, commonly worn during athletic activity for warmth or to induce sweating.
verb (used without object), sweat or sweated, sweating. 1. to perspire, especially freely or profusely. 2. to exude moisture, as green plants piled in a heap or cheese. 3. to gather moisture from the surrounding air by condensation. 4. (of moisture or liquid) to ooze or be exuded. 5. Informal. to work hard. 6. Informal. […]
noun 1. a loose, long-sleeved, collarless pullover of soft, absorbent fabric, as cotton jersey, with close-fitting or elastic cuffs and sometimes a drawstring at the waist, commonly worn during athletic activity for warmth or to induce sweating. noun 1. a long-sleeved knitted cotton sweater worn by athletes, etc