There are 2 main translations of swot in Spanish:

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swot

American English: /swɑt/
British English: /swɒt/

noun

intransitive verb -tt-

  • (British English) [colloquial]
    estudiar como loco [colloquial]
    matearse (Chile) [colloquial]
    Example sentences
    • Just last week the wonderfully named teenager Seb Clover sailed solo across the Atlantic at a time when most of his peers are swotting for exams.
    • Serves me right for reading the Economist when I should have been swotting for my year 2 exams.
    • I suppose I should be swotting madly to be prepared for the big meeting with the supervisor tomorrow, however.
    Example sentences
    • The new site offers visitors not just information on the school, but a chance to swot up on subjects as well.
    • Hobbs, who left school at 16 without a qualification to his name, defied his detractors by swotting up on what makes a successful health club.
    • She likes Charles Dickens' novels - Nicholas Nickleby is her favourite - and after choosing her specialist subject she then had a fortnight to swot up on the writer.

Phrasal verbs

swot up

(British English) [colloquial]
1verb + object + adverb, verb + adverb + object 2verb + adverb swot 2to swot up on something swot up 1

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SWOT
Pronunciation: /swɑːt/, /swɒt/

noun

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