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sweep /swiːp/ verb (past tense and past participle swept /swept/)

Irregular Forms: (swept)

تاب ، بردن توپ از کنار خط به کمک سدکنندگان راه باز کن (فوتبال امریکایی) ، جارو کردن ، تجسس منطقه با رادار مین روبی کردن ، پاک کردن منطقه عملیات پاک سازی ، روفتن ، روبیدن ، رفت و برگشت ، جاروب کردن ، زدودن ، از این سو بان سوحرکت دادن ، بسرعت گذشتن از ، وسعت میدان دید ، جارو ، علوم مهندسی: پیچ و خم ، الکترونیک: روبش ، ورزش: بردن توپ از کنار خط به کمک سدکنندگان راه باز کن ، علوم نظامی: درو کردن منطقه با اتش درو در عرض ، تجسس هوایی سریع منطقه دشمن

: sweep 1

علوم دریایی: روبیدن

: sweep 2

علوم دریایی: روبش

: sweep(stroke)

پاروزنی در قایق باریک یک نفره به منظور تعیین مسیر ، ورزش: پاروی دراز مخصوص قایق باریک مسابقه
الکترونیک: تاب ، پیچ و خم ، علوم مهندسی: بردن توپ از کنار خط به کمک سدکنندگان راه باز کن ، فوتبال امریکایی ، : ورزشی: جارو کردن ، تجسس منطقه با رادار مین روبی کردن ، پاک کردن منطقه عملیات پاک سازی ، درو کردن منطقه با اتش درو در عرض ، توپخانه : ، تجسس هوایی سریع منطقه دشمن ، علوم نظامی: روبش ، الکترونیک: روفتن ، روبیدن ، رفت و برگشت ، جاروب کردن ، زدودن ، از این سو بان سوحرکت دادن ، بسرعت گذشتن از، وسعت میدان دید، جارو

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

- clear, brush, clean, remove
- sail, fly, glide, pass, skim, tear, zoom
- arc, bend, curve, move, stroke, swing
- extent, range, scope, stretch

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

see Sooty and Sweep

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. sweep1 W3 /swiːp/ verb (past tense and past participle swept /swept/)
[Date: 1200-1300; Origin: Probably from sweop, the past tense of Old English swapan 'to sweep']

1. CLEAN SOMETHING [transitive] to clean the dust, dirt etc from the floor or ground, using a brush with a long handle Synonym : brush:
Bert swept the path in front of the house.
sweep something off/out/up etc
Will you sweep the leaves off the patio?

2. PUSH SOMETHING SOMEWHERE [transitive always + adverb/preposition] to move things from a surface with a brushing movement:
I swept the papers quickly into the drawer.

3. PUSH SOMEBODY/SOMETHING WITH FORCE [transitive always + adverb/preposition] to force someone or something to move in a particular direction:
The windsurfer was swept out to sea.
Jessie was swept along by the angry crowd.

4. GROUP MOVES [intransitive always + adverb/preposition] if a group of people or animals sweep somewhere, they quickly move there together
sweep through/along etc
The crowd swept through the gates of the stadium.

5. WIND/WAVES ETC [intransitive, transitive always + adverb/preposition] if winds, waves, fire etc sweep a place or sweep through, across etc a place, they move quickly and with a lot of force:
Thunderstorms swept the country.
sweep across/through etc
Ninety-mile per hour winds swept across the plains.

6. BECOME POPULAR [intransitive, transitive always + adverb/preposition] written if an idea, feeling, or activity sweeps a group of people or a place, it quickly becomes very popular or common
sweep the country/nation/state etc
a wave of nationalism sweeping the country
sweep across/through etc
the latest craze sweeping through the teenage population

7. FEELING [intransitive always + adverb/preposition] if a feeling sweeps over you, you are suddenly affected by it
sweep over
A feeling of isolation swept over me.

8. PERSON [intransitive always + adverb/preposition] if someone sweeps somewhere, they move quickly and confidently, especially because they are impatient or like to seem important
sweep into/through etc
Eva swept into the meeting and demanded to know what was going on.

9. POLITICS [intransitive and transitive] to win an election easily and in an impressive way
sweep to power/victory
Nixon and Agnew swept to victory with 47 million votes.
Herrera was swept into office on the promise of major reforms.

10. SPORTS [transitive] American English to win all of the games in a series of games against a particular team:
Houston swept Orlando to become NBA champions.

11. sweep the board British English to win everything that can be won, especially very easily

12. FORM A CURVE [intransitive always + adverb/preposition] to form a long curved shape
sweep down/along etc
The hills swept down to the sea.

13. LOOK [intransitive, transitive always + adverb/preposition] to look quickly at all of something:
The general’s eyes swept the horizon.
sweep over/across/around etc
the beam from the lighthouse sweeping across the sea

14. sweep somebody off their feet to make someone feel suddenly and strongly attracted to you in a romantic way:
Jill’s been swept off her feet by an older man.

15. sweep/brush something under the carpet (also sweep something under the rug American English) to try to keep something a secret, especially something you have done wrong

16. HAIR [transitive always + adverb/preposition] to pull your hair back from your face
sweep something back/up
Kerry swept her hair back into a ponytail.
sweep somebody along phrasal verb
to sweep someone away
sweep something ↔ aside phrasal verb
to refuse to pay attention to something someone says:
Branson swept all the objections aside.
sweep somebody/something away phrasal verb

1. sweep something ↔ away to completely destroy something or make something disappear:
houses swept away by the floods
A sudden feeling of grief swept all my anger away.

2. sweep somebody away (also sweep somebody along) [usually passive] if a feeling or idea sweeps you away or along, you are so excited that you do not think clearly or you forget about other things:
We couldn’t help being swept away by Bette’s enthusiasm.
Nineteenth-century scientists were swept along on the tide of Darwin’s theories.
sweep up phrasal verb

1. to clean the dust, dirt etc from the floor or ground using a brush with a long handle:
The janitor was just sweeping up as I left the building.
sweep something ↔ up
Jan was sweeping up the bits of paper and broken glass.

2. sweep somebody ↔ up to pick someone up in one quick movement:
Harriet swept the child up in her arms and hugged her.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. sweep2 noun [countable]

1. a long swinging movement of your arm, a weapon etc:
With a single sweep of his sword, he cut through the rope.

2. [usually singular] British English the act of cleaning a room with a long-handled brush:
The kitchen needs a good sweep.

3. the sweep of something
a) a long curved line or area of land:
the wide sweep of lawn
b) the many different and important ideas, events, or qualities of something:
the broad sweep of history

4. [usually singular] a search or attack that moves over a large area:
He watched the helicopter make a sweep over the beach.

5. the sweeps (also sweeps month/period) American English a period of time during the year when television stations try to find out which shows are the most popular

6. American English a series of several games that one team wins against another team

7. a chimney sweep
clean sweep at clean1(14)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

ADJ. broad, great, long, wide The house overlooks the great sweep of the St Lawrence river.
grand, grandiose He dismissed his assistant with a grandiose sweep of his hand.
comprehensive Her eyes made a comprehensive sweep of the room.
upward The upward sweep of her hair was held in place by a comb.
elegant, fine, graceful
VERB + SWEEP make, take We made a wide sweep south to the River Dee.
PREP. in one ~ (figurative) Thousands of jobs were lost in one broad sweep.
with a ~ with a sweep of his arm

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

See: new broom sweeps clean

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

TahlilGaran Online Dictionary ver 14.0
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