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pers·pi·ra·tion

(pers'pi-rā'shŭn),
1. The excretion of fluid by the sweat glands of the skin.
See also: sweat.
See also: sweat (1). Synonym(s): diaphoresis, sudation, sweating
2. All fluid loss through normal skin, whether by sweat gland secretion or by diffusion through other skin structures.
See also: sweat (1).
3. The hypotonic fluid excreted by the sweat glands; it consists of water containing sodium chloride and phosphate, urea, ammonia, ethereal sulfates, creatinine, fats, and other waste products; the average daily quantity is estimated at about 1500 g.
See also: sweat (1). Synonym(s): sudor
[L. per-spiro, pp. -atus, to breathe everywhere]

sudor

[so̅o̅′dôr]
Etymology: L, sweat
perspiration.

pers·pi·ra·tion

(pĕrs'pir-ā'shŭn)
1. The excretion of fluid by the sweat glands of the skin.
Synonym(s): diaphoresis, sudation, sweating.
2. All fluid loss through normal skin, whether by sweat gland secretion or by diffusion through other skin structures.
3. The fluid excreted by the sweat glands; it consists of water containing sodium chloride and phosphate, urea, ammonia, ethereal sulfates, creatinine, fats, and other waste products; the average daily quantity is estimated at about 1500 g.
Synonym(s): sudor.
See also: sweat (2) , sweat (1)
[L. per-spiro, pp. -atus, to breathe everywhere]

sudor

sweat; perspiration

sudor

sweat; perspiration.
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They maintain their pride even as they walk through the field limpiandose el sudor de sus frentes y clavando la mirada en la orilla.
and Sudor Partners to acquire an exclusive worldwide license to all applications of Sudor Partners' skin patch technology for diagnostic applications except for those relating to alcohol and drugs of abuse.
Se proclama a un hombre modelico, Bonifacio, el cual reivindica al trabajo, mas alla que como medio de sustento economico, como moldeador personal: "A mi sudor solamente / quiero deber la existencia" (48).
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La sola idea de un encuentro, aun con una criatura indefensa como Sierva Maria, le helaba el sudor de las manos.