As verbs the difference between sweeping and tweeping
is that sweeping
is while tweeping
As a noun sweeping
is (countable) an instance of sweeping.
As an adjective sweeping
is wide, broad, affecting or touching upon many things.
(countable) An instance of sweeping.
(uncountable) The activity of sweeping.
- The sidewalk needed a sweeping every morning.
- Sweeping took all morning.
- The sidewalk needed sweeping every morning.
* sweeping day
* sweeping flood
* sweeping rain
* at a sweeping reduction
wide, broad, affecting or touching upon many things
- The government will bring in sweeping changes to the income tax system.
* 2013 June 18, , "
- He loves making sweeping statements without the slightest evidence.
Protests Widen as Brazilians Chide Leaders," New York Times (retrieved 21 June 2013):
- By the time politicians in several cities backed down on Tuesday and announced that they would cut or consider reducing fares, the demonstrations had already morphed into a more sweeping social protest, with marchers waving banners carrying slogans like “The people have awakened.”
- He claimed a sweeping victory.