verb (used without object), swerved, swerving.
to turn aside abruptly in movement or direction; deviate suddenly from the straight or direct course.
verb (used with object), swerved, swerving.
to cause to turn aside:
Nothing could swerve him.
an act of swerving; turning aside.
to turn or cause to turn aside, usually sharply or suddenly, from a course
(transitive) to avoid (a person or event)
the act, instance, or degree of swerving
noun 1. known as Sweyn Forkbeard. died 1014, king of Denmark (?986–1014). He conquered England, forcing Ethelred II to flee (1013); father of Canute
noun See sovereign wealth fund filename extension /S W F/ The filename extension for Adobe Shockwave Flash animated vector graphics files, common on the World-Wide Web. A rarely used alternative expansion is “Small Web Format”. (2007-09-07) SWF 1. shortwave fading 2. single White female
abbreviation 1. saltwater fly-fishing
1. standard wire gauge. noun 1. Standard Wire Gauge; a notation for the diameters of metal rods or thickness of metal sheet ranging from 16 mm to 0.02 mm or from 0.5 inch to 0.001 inch SWG standard wire gauge