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swot

verb [I]
 
/swɒt/ US  /swɑːt/ (-tt-) UK informal or child's word
to study hard, usually by reading about or learning something, especially before taking an examination
(尤指在考試前)刻苦學習,用功學習
Knowing and learning
Translations of “swot”
in Spanish empollar…
in French bûcher…
in German büffeln…
in Russian зубрить…
in Turkish çok çalışmak, hafızlamak, sabahlara kadar çalışmak…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指在考试前)刻苦学习,用功学习…
in Polish wkuwać…
(Definition of swot verb from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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