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Noun: swot  swót
Usage: Brit, informal
  1. An insignificant student who is ridiculed as being affected or boringly studious
    - grind [N. Amer, informal], nerd [informal], wonk [informal], dweeb [N. Amer, informal], nurd [informal, rare]
Verb: swot (swotted,swotting)  swót
Usage: Brit, informal
  1. Study intensively, as before an exam
    "I had to swot on my Latin verbs before the final exam";
    - cram [informal], grind away, bone up [informal], get up [informal], mug up [Brit, informal], swot up [Brit, informal], bone [informal], revise [Brit]

Sounds like: Susa, Sousa

Derived forms: swots, swotted, swotting

Type of: assimilator, hit the books, learner, scholar, student, study

Encyclopedia: Swot