Definition of 'swish'
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The soap moved to a swish new site last year. The Sun (2015)There were cars swishing past so fast. Times, Sunday Times (2009)You meet at a birthday party in a swish hotel your destiny love owns. The Sun (2011)She loved swishing it around and trying different styles. The Sun (2012)Left-wing but with a swish car? Times, Sunday Times (2014)Dinner in the swish restaurant will cost at least another 150 each per night. The Sun (2012)As they walked from their suites, the players passed swish restaurants and luxury boutiques. Times, Sunday Times (2011)And with a swish of her skirt, she goes back to work. Times, Sunday Times (2014)I met him in a swish restaurant. The Sun (2016)I left that one under the bed of our swish hotel. Times, Sunday Times (2007)I walk around swishing it at passing men. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Outside the very swish restaurant, the maître d' is holding a clipboard. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Both favour the no-frills approach, often eschewing swish restaurants to munch burgers together when they meet. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The converted catamaran will have a 50ft pool, luxurious rooms and a swish lounge bar. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Add the garlic, rosemary and chilli flakes, giving them a good swish around the pan to release the flavours. Times, Sunday Times (2010)He turned up at the swish hotel suite to meet us all by himself, with no fuss and no entourage, and was utterly charming. The Sun (2015)
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Used Occasionally. swish is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'swish'
British English: swish VERB
If something swishes or if you swish it, it moves quickly through the air, making a soft sound.
A car swished by heading for the coast.
Definition of swish from the Collins English Dictionary
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