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swot up (sth)

phrasal verb with swot uk   /swɒt/ us   /swɑːt/ verb [I] -tt- UK informal or child's word
to learn as much as you can about a subject, especially before an exam: She's at home, swotting up on her maths.
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in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指在考试前)刻苦学习,用功学习…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指在考試前)刻苦學習,用功學習…
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