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1sweet/ˈswiːt/adjective
sweetersweetest
1sweet
/ˈswiːt/
adjective
sweetersweetest
Learner's definition of SWEET  
[also more sweet; most sweet]
: containing a lot of sugar
: very gentle, kind, or friendly
chiefly British  : very pretty or cute
: having a very pleasant smell, sound, or appearance
   b  : clean and fresh
   c  US  : not salty or salted
: making you feel happy or pleased : very pleasant
chiefly US, informal  : very good or impressive

be sweet on

old-fashioned + informal
: to be in love with (someone)

home sweet home

— see 1home

keep someone sweet

British, informal
: to be kind and friendly so that someone will do something for you later

short and sweet

— see 1short

sweet nothings

— see 3nothing

your own sweet time

— see 1time
2sweet/ˈswiːt/noun
pluralsweets
2sweet
/ˈswiːt/
noun
pluralsweets
Learner's definition of SWEET  
[count]  : a food that contains a lot of sugar : a sweet food
   b  [count]British  : a piece of candy
   c  [count, noncount]British  : a sweet food served at the end of a meal : dessert
[noncount]old-fashioned  — used to address someone you love
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