Swot



verb (used with object), swotted, swotting, noun
1.
swat1 .
verb (used without object), swotted, swotting.
1.
to study or work hard.
noun
2.
a student who studies assiduously, especially to the exclusion of other activities or interests; grind.
3.
hard study or hard work; concentrated effort.
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 swots, swotting, swotted
1.
(often foll by up) to study (a subject) intensively, as for an examination; cram
noun
2.
Also called swotter (ˈswɒtə). a person who works or studies hard
3.
hard work or grind
verb, noun swots, swotting, swotted
1.
a variant of swat1
abbreviation
1.
strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats: an analysis of a product made before it is marketed
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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