Swot meaning

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The definition of a swot is someone who studies a lot.

An example of a swot is a high school student who intends to get straight As.

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Swot means to study intensely or cram.

An example of swot is to leave a party to go study for a final exam.

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To study hard; cram.
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A person who studies hard; grind.
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(intransitive, slang, UK) To study with effort or determination.
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(slang, UK, with up) To study something with effort or determination (swot up on).

You should swot up on your French before travelling to Paris.

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(slang, UK) One who swots.
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(slang, UK) Work.
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(slang, UK) Vigorous study at an educational institution.
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(business) Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Threats.

Could you do a SWOT analysis of the business proposal I sent you?

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Origin of swot

  • From sweat.

    From Wiktionary