Definitions for SWOTswɒt

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

swotswɒt(v.t.; n.)swot•ted, swot•ting

  1. Ref: swat1. 1 1


swot*swɒt(v.; n.)swot•ted, swot•ting

  1. (v.i.)to study or work hard.

    Category: British

  2. (n.)a student who studies hard; grind.

    Category: British

* Brit. Slang..

Origin of swot:

1840–50; dial. var. of sweat

Princeton's WordNet

  1. swot, grind, nerd, wonk, dweeb(verb)

    an insignificant student who is ridiculed as being affected or boringly studious

  2. cram, grind away, drum, bone up, swot, get up, mug up, swot up, bone(verb)

    study intensively, as before an exam

    "I had to bone up on my Latin verbs before the final exam"


  1. swot(Noun)

    one who swots

  2. swot(Noun)


  3. swot(Noun)

    vigorous study at an educational institution

  4. swot(Verb)

    To study with effort or determination.

  5. swot(Verb)

    To study something with effort or determination (swot up on).

    You should swot up on your French before travelling to Paris.

  6. Origin: From sweat.

Anagrams of SWOT

  1. ow'st, stow, tows, twos, wost, wots

Translations for SWOT

Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary


an unkind word for a person who studies hard.

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