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swot

noun, British

Definition of SWOT

a person slavishly devoted to intellectual or academic pursuits <every time he begged off a night at the pub—saying he had to study—his mates teased him for being a swot>
Synonyms bookworm, dink [slang], dork [slang], geek, grind, swot [British], weenie, wonk

April 01, 2015
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