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swot

noun [C]
 
/swɒt/ US  /swɑːt/ ( plural -tt-) UK informal or child's word
someone, usually a child, who studies very hard
书呆子(通常指小孩)
Intelligent people
Translations of “swot”
in Chinese (Traditional) 書呆子(通常指小孩)…
in Russian зубрила…
in Turkish çok çalışan kimse, hafızlayan kişi, (argo) inek kimse…
in Polish kujon…
(Definition of swot noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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