listen to the pronunciation of swipe
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To scan or register by sliding something through a reader

He swiped his card at the door.

A strong blow given with a sweeping motion, as with a bat or club
A rough guess; an estimate or swag

Take a swipe at the answer, even if you're not sure.

To grab or bat quickly

The cat swiped at the shoelace.

A quick grab, bat, or other motion with the hand or paw; A sweep
To steal or snatch

Hey! Who swiped my lunch?.

Poor, weak beer; small beer
{i} blow, sweeping stroke; nasty remark (Informal)
A swape or sweep
An arranger's tool which enhances a song A series of chords sung whilst sustaining one word
If you swipe at a person or thing, you try to hit them with a stick or other object, making a swinging movement with your arm. She swiped at Rusty as though he was a fly He swiped me across the shoulder with the poker. Swipe is also a noun. He took a swipe at Andrew that deposited him on the floor
If you take a swipe at a person or an organization, you criticize them, usually in an indirect way. In a swipe at the president, he called for an end to `begging for aid around the world'
To pluck; to snatch; to steal
strike with a swiping motion
IP with Encryption
Slashing attack with the blade, not intended to land in theatrical swordplay
If you swipe something, you steal it quickly. Five soldiers were each fined £140 for swiping a wheelchair from a disabled tourist = pinch
a sweeping stroke or blow
{f} hit with a sweeping stroke; steal, pilfer (Slang)
If you swipe a credit card or swipe card through a machine, you pass it through a narrow space in the machine so that the machine can read information on the card's magnetic strip. Swipe your card through the phone, then dial
To give a swipe to; to strike forcibly with a sweeping motion, as a ball
make off with belongings of others
a sweeping stroke or blow strike with a swiping motion
swipe card
A swipe card is a plastic card with a magnetic strip on it which contains information that can be read or transferred by passing the card through a special machine. They use a swipe card to go in and out of their offices. A plastic card with a magnetic strip containing encoded data that is read by passing the card through a usually slotted electronic device, used especially to make electronic transactions and to provide access to restricted or secure areas. a special plastic card that you slide through a machine in order to get into a building or open a door
past of swipe
third-person singular of swipe
{i} (British Slang) watery beer; spoiled beer; cheap beer
present participle of swipe