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Noun: swig  swig
  1. A large and hurried swallow
    - gulp, draft [N. Amer], draught [Brit, Cdn]
Verb: swig (swigged,swigging)  swig
  1. To swallow hurriedly, greedily or in one draught
    "The men swigged down their beers";
    - gulp, quaff, neck [Brit, informal], slug [informal]
  2. Strike heavily, especially with the fist or a bat
    - slug [informal], slog

Derived forms: swigged, swigging, swigs

Type of: deglutition [technical], drink, hit, imbibe, swallow

Encyclopedia: Swig, Benjamin