swannoun [ C ]uk /swɒn/ us /swɑːn/
- We took some bread to feed the swans.
- A young swan is called a cygnet.
swanverb [ I usually + adv/prep ]uk /swɒn/ us /swɑːn/ -nn- UK informal disapproving
She swanned into the room, carrying a glass of wine, taking no notice of the fact that she'd kept us all waiting for hours.