The Chinese word 汗 means “sweat” in English. It is commonly used to describe the moisture that is produced by the body when it is hot or during physical activity. The word can also be used in idiomatic expressions, such as “大汗淋漓”, which means “drenched in sweat” or “sweating profusely”. In addition, the word 汗 can also be used in a verb, such as in the phrase “出汗”, which means “to sweat” or “to perspire”.
|我跑了一圈就开始冒汗了||wǒ pǎo le yī quān jiù kāishǐ mào hàn le||I started sweating after running one lap|
|这个房间太潮湿了，到处都是汗||zhège fángjiān tài cháoshī le, dàochù dōu shì hàn||This room is too humid, there is sweat everywhere|
|他紧张得满头大汗||tā jǐnzhāng de mǎntóu dà hàn||He was so nervous that he was sweating profusely|
|我们得赶快走，不然会被汗淋湿||wǒmen děi gǎnkuài zǒu, bùrán huì bèi hàn lín shī||We need to hurry up and leave, otherwise we will be drenched in sweat|
|这个夏天真是热得让人汗流浃背||zhège xiàtiān zhēnshi rè de ràng rén hàn liú jiā bèi||This summer is so hot that people are sweating profusely|
|她在操场上跑步跑得汗流浃背||tā zài cāochǎng shàng pǎobù pǎo de hàn liú jiā bèi||She was running on the playground and sweating profusely|
|这个工作让我累得直冒汗||zhège gōngzuò ràng wǒ lèi de zhí mào hàn||This job is making me so tired that I’m sweating profusely|