Both “Sweat” and “Sweated” are considered the correct past tense form of the verb “to sweat”.
I sweat/sweated right through my T-shirt.
The verb ”to sweat” means when you excrete water from a body. Perspire is a synonym of “to sweat”.
In my opinion, it is not actually that common to use the verb “to sweat” in the past simple. The act of sweating is often a continuous action and therefore “was sweating”(the past continuous) is much more common.
I was sweating the whole afternoon.
Sweat as the past simple
“Sweat” is one way to write the past simple of the verb “to sweat”
I sweat a lot during the football match.
Sweated as the past simple
“Sweated” is another way to write the past simple of the verb “to sweat”
I sweated a lot during the football match.
In this example, I would use “sweated” just to make it clear that it happened in the past.
What are the past tense and past participle of sweat?
“Sweated” is the past simple tense and past participle form of the verb “to sweat”.
The past participle is not very common with the verb “to sweat” because “to sweat” is often a continuous action.
I had been sweating and that was the reason my T-shirt was wet.
Is sweat regular or irregular?
The verb “to sweat” is a regular verb in English.
Swote and Swat are both incorrect in English and should not be used.