Swat



verb (used with object), swatted, swatting.
1.
to hit; slap; smack.
2.
Baseball. to hit (a ball) powerfully, usually for a long distance.
noun
3.
a smart blow; slap; smack.
4.
Baseball. a powerfully hit ball.
verb, Dialect.
1.
simple past tense and past participle of sweat.
verb (used without object), swatted, swatting, noun
1.
swot2 .
noun
1.
a former princely state in NW India: now a part of Pakistan.
2.
Also, Swati. a Muslim inhabitant of Swat.
noun
1.
a special section of some law enforcement agencies trained and equipped to deal with especially dangerous or violent situations, as when hostages are being held (often used attributively):
a SWAT team.
verb (used with or without object), swatted, swatting.
2.
Usually, swat. (especially among online video gamers) to cause a SWAT team to be deployed on (an unsuspecting victim) by falsifying a threat, often as a punishment or retaliation: The prankster planned to swat other gamers during their streaming broadcasts so everyone would see it happen.
Several members of the development team were swatted when the game expansion disappointed fans.
verb (transitive) swats, swatting, swatted
1.
to strike or hit sharply: to swat a fly
noun
2.
another word (esp Brit) for swatter (sense 1)
3.
a sharp or violent blow
verb, noun swats, swatting, swatted
1.
a variant of swot1
noun
1.
a former princely state of NW India: passed to Pakistan in 1947
2.
a river in Pakistan, rising in the north and flowing south to the Kabul River north of Peshawar. Length: about 640 km (400 miles)
noun acronym
1.
Special Weapons and Tactics: a military-like unit within the US police force, trained to deal with specially dangerous situations, such as hostage-taking and riots
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SWAT
1.
special weapons and tactics
2.
special weapons attack team

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