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sweat buckets

To sweat profusely. "Buckets" is sometimes used as a term describing large amounts of liquid. I start to sweat buckets within seconds of stepping on a treadmill, but you walk out of the gym after a workout like you've been just sitting at a desk.
See also: bucket, sweat

sweat buckets

sweat profusely. informal
See also: bucket, sweat
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ADAM FRIZZELL 6 Sweated buckets for the cause and kept going until the last kick of the ball.
And yesterday his physical conditioner Jez Green said the 21-year-old, who faces Xavier Malisse in the second round today, had sweated buckets to work his way into shape.
Greg Shields - on loan at Killie and trying to win a permanent deal after life went pear-shaped with Charlton - sweated buckets throughout and had a claim to be the Rugby Park side's top man.
On the pitch, Devine sweated buckets trying to cope with the brilliant young men he left behind.
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KYLE JACOBS 6 Nothing flashy but sweated buckets to help his side gain a valuable point.
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