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1.
In sports (basketball and baseball, mainly) when one team wins every game in a series.
Teams will always sweep.
por Adrian 30 de Setembro de 2006
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2.
A time of the year the world of television programs where the virgins become sluts, the straits become gay, the mild-mannered become basket-cases, likeable characters turn out to be evil and/or die, couples cheat on eachother, the selfless turn selfish, someone gets pregnant, and just about any other thing that the creators can think of to boost their show's ratings enough to avoid getting cancelled by the network executives.

Often as soon as sweeps week is over, all these elements are suddenly written out or forgotten.
FOX is the best network to catch sweeps week stunts due to their tendancy to cancel on a whim.
por Pyro Infernos 13 de Junho de 2006
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3.
When a girl brushes away a guy's hand as he tries to finger her.
Bill "So how was that chick you met at the party yesterday?"
Ted "Man things were going good, but everytime I tried to take things further I got the sweep."

Lucy "Did anything happen with you and Ted last night?"
Sally "No don't worry I swept him away everytime he tried anything."
por bmur 25 de Janeiro de 2009
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4.
A Style of picking, used on the guitar. You sweep your pick across the string, most of the time producing a triplet sound.
Usually used to sweep arpeggios.
"Wow Yngwie sweeps like a mutha fucker."
"You really suck at sweeps"
por 19a9a91919ngf8181181 17 de Janeiro de 2006
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5.
(n.) a raid by the police
They caught him in a sweep.
por AJok 17 de Janeiro de 2008
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6.
a technique with the guitar in which the fretting fingers are moved one at a time while the picking hand does not pick at all but strums.
"Pray for Plagues" by Bring Me The Horizon... has a sweep.
por inspironb120 09 de Julho de 2009
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7.
(n) the amount or extent of emotional movement in a piece of art
(adj) the quality of possessing the aforementioned

*especially relevant when referring to a film
*more so when referring to an epic or fantasy film
The movie adaptation of Where the Wild Things Are just looks like it will have the certain sweep that made the book so touching.
por B J Maxwell Malkovich 06 de Agosto de 2009
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