Complete Definition of "swot"

English

Etymology
British slang.

Pronunciation
:Rhymes: Rhymes:English:-Ét|-Ét

Intransitive verb
rfc-trverb|Intransitive verb
swot

  1. UK: to study with effort or determination.

Transitive verb
swot

  1. UK: to study something with effort or determination (swot up).

Noun
swot

  1. UK: one who swots.
  2. UK: work.
  3. UK: vigorous study at an educational institution.

swot - used in "Perl-XML Frequently Asked Questions" section 2.5 "How to choose a parser module". Example usage is "You may need to swot up on Perl references (perldoc perlreftut) to take advantage of this module."

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Revision and Credits for"swot"
  • 2007-07-16 19:40 - AutoFormat - header -Intransitive Verb +Intransitive verb, +{{rfc-trverb|Intransitive verb}}, header -Transitive Verb +Transitive verb

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