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swifty

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Pronunciation: /ˈswɪfti/

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(also swiftie)

Definition of swifty in English:

noun (plural swifties)

informal
1British An alcoholic drink consumed swiftly.
2chiefly Australian /NZ A deceptive trick: they had hoped to pull a swifty
3chiefly Australian /NZ A person who acts or thinks quickly: boy, are you a swifty

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