Sweep

/swēp/

verb

clean (an area) by brushing away dirt or litter.

"Tom swept the floor"

synonyms:brush, clean, scrub, wipe, mop, dust, scour, scrape, rake, buff; More​

move swiftly and smoothly.

"a large black ship swept past the smaller boats"

synonyms:glide, sail, dash, charge, rush, streak, speed, fly, zoom, swoop, whiz, hurtle;

informaltear

"a flotilla of limousines, carrying the PaintBox actors swept past"

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noun

​an act of sweeping something with a brush.

"Callum was giving the floor a quick sweep"​
 

a long, swift curving movement.

"With a grandiose sweep of Kelsy's hand, the audience fell silent in anticipation"

synonyms:gesture, movement, move, action, stroke, wave

"with a great sweep of his hand, he bowed"