Definition of 'sweltering'
Example sentences containing 'sweltering'
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The vicar, once more sweltering in his Liberace jacket, clapped his hands. TICKLED PINK (2002)The weather through late June and July was mostly sweltering, and nobody had much energy for games. EVERVILLE (2002)
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Translations for 'sweltering'
British English: sweltering /ˈswɛltərɪŋ/ ADJECTIVE
If the weather is sweltering, it is very hot.
...the sweltering heat.
- American English: sweltering
- Arabic: شَدِيدُ الـحَرّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: abafado
- Chinese: 闷热的
- Croatian: sparni
- Czech: parný
- Danish: bagende varm
- Dutch: smoorheet
- European Spanish: sofocante bochornoso
- Finnish: läkähdyttävän kuuma
- French: étouffant
- German: glühend heiß
- Greek: ασφυκτικός
- Italian: torrido
- Japanese: うだるように暑い
- Korean: 무더운
- Norwegian: trykkende
- Polish: duszny
- European Portuguese: abafado
- Romanian: arzător
- Russian: жаркий
- Spanish: sofocante
- Swedish: tryckande värme
- Thai: ร้อนมาก
- Turkish: boğucu sıcak
- Ukrainian: задушливий
- Vietnamese: oi ả
Definition of sweltering from the Collins English Dictionary
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