Third-person singular simple present indicative form of swot.(verb)
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Use "swots" in a sentence
"Or, to put it another way, it's going to be very difficult for the "grammar stream" to thrive once the disruptive and violent kids have beaten the crap out of them a few times for being "swots"."
"There are passages in the film where the radicalism of the scientific revolution is made clear enough: the resentment at the 'swots' suddenly being 'stars,' the amused contempt of the codebreakers for irrelevant brass-hat pep-talks."
"A semi-professional dancer who recreates scenes from Avatar in her classroom, a former switchboard operator who took maths GCSE alongside her pupils and a veteran teacher loved by the "swots, the naughty kids, everyone" are among those honoured in the UK teaching awards tonight."