Sweat is the fluid excreted by the sweat glands during perspiration.

Sweat or sweating may also refer to:


Arts and entertainment



Other uses

  • Sweat Mountain, Georgia, United States
  • SWEAT (hypothesis), which proposes that the Southwestern United States was at one time connected to East Antarctica
  • Sweating, a labour practice relating to sweatshops
  • Sweating (cooking), heating vegetables in a little oil or butter, without any watery liquid
  • Soldering, a term in plumbing sometimes referred to as sweating

See also

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