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British pronunciation/pəspˈa‍ɪ‍ə/
American pronunciation/pɝˈspaɪɹ/
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to produce small drops of liquid on the surface of the skin, often as a result of physical exertion, anxiety, or heat

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After a strenuous workout, athletes often perspire profusely.
Even in cool weather, some people may perspire due to nervousness.
I tend to perspire a lot when I'm anxious.
She noticed that her palms began to perspire as she waited for her turn.
We all perspired after running a marathon.
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