Wednesday, April 23, 2008


-A strong sweeping blow

- A swing of the arm to attack someone

- To slide a card through a card reader

- To steal

Origin : 1730-1740, akin to sweep

Sentence: When the shopkeeper was not looking, John swiped a pen off the shelf and walked briskly out of the shop
Andrew Lee Yong Sheng (15) Class 1-1


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