swotty

studious; being a swot.

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  • swotty — swottˈy or swattˈy adjective • • • Main Entry: ↑swot * * * swotty adjective [adjective swotty comparative swottier …   Useful english dictionary

  • swotty — swot Brit. informal, derogatory ► VERB (swotted, swotting) (also swot up) ▪ study intensively. ► NOUN ▪ a person who spends a lot of time studying. DERIVATIVES swotty adjective. ORIGIN dial …   English terms dictionary

  • swotty — Adj. Studious. Informal …   English slang and colloquialisms

  • swotty — See: swot …   English dictionary

  • swot — I UK [swɒt] / US [swɑt] verb [intransitive] Word forms swot : present tense I/you/we/they swot he/she/it swots present participle swotting past tense swotted past participle swotted British informal to study very hard, especially for an… …   English dictionary

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  • spazmo — noun A stupid person; moron, imbecile, fool, et cetera. RICK: Oh, come off it, Neil, you little swotty pants. Just look at you, swotting away for teacher like a total spazmo. Youre just an utter creep, really, arent you? See Also: spaz …   Wiktionary

  • swot — swot1 [swɔt US swa:t] n BrE informal someone who spends too much time studying and seems to have no other interests used in order to show disapproval >swotty adj swot 2 swot2 past tense and past participle swotted present participle swotting v …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • swot Brit. — swot Brit. informal, derogatory verb (swots, swotting, swotted) (also swot up) study assiduously or intensively. noun a person who spends a lot of or too much time studying. Derivatives swotty adjective Origin C19: dialect var. of …   English new terms dictionary

  • swot — 1 noun (C) BrE informal someone who spends too much time studying and seems to have no other interests swotty adjective 2 verb (I) BrE informal to study a lot in a short time, especially for an examination; cram (3) AmE (+ for): I was busy… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

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