Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Swag"

The meaning of "Swag" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does swag mean?
A: it's short for "swagger" which means a confident, bordering on cocky, attitude.

it can also mean "free stuff"
Q: What does swag mean?
A: cool, stylish. this word has died down, and it was only used by tweens (young people whose age is around 11 to 13)
Q: What does swag mean?
A: it's a slang word that basically means that someone's cool or awesome
Q: What does swag mean?
A: @lvchadaren: it's slang for "seeming really cool" but it's also seen as a style of clothing.
Q: What does "you've got the swag!" mean?
A: swag: the "cool" way someone presents themselves

This term is slang and is often associated with what people consider "ghetto" (i.e. baggy pants, tilted cap, flashy shoes).
It is very overused though and can be said about anything that someone thinks is cool.

"Lol, I got kicked out of class, SWAG."

This is a term that is often used by teen boys who try too hard to look cool. And, you should be cautious when using it. Many people who use the term "swag" are labelled as douchebags by others, which isn't something to be proud about. Just be careful when using it.

Example sentences using "Swag"

Q: Please show me example sentences with "swag".
A: Its not really used anymore but I know “ooh, so much swag you have” ( Its sarcasm but its as close I heard it today)
Q: Please show me example sentences with swag.
A: Yo, man! Those new shoes you're wearing are so swag right now!

I know right, I've got a lot of swag right now (with these new shoes)!

Wow, he's got swag!
Q: Please show me example sentences with swag.
A: The cocky boy swaggered down the hallway after not getting in trouble.


We got free swag bags at the concert!
Q: Please show me example sentences with swag.
A: Swag basically means 'coolness'.
For example: "That chick has swag."

Synonyms of "Swag" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between swag bag and goody bag ?
A: They can be the same thing. However, "swag" is usually free items given away at events and conferences. You can either "swag bag" or "goody bag".

"Goody bag" is also used for small bags of candy and toys at a children's party. I would not say "swag bag" in that case.

I hope this makes sense!
Q: What is the difference between swag and the "it" factor ?
A: 너 바보 같아

Translations of "Swag"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? swag
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? swag
A: Exactly what do you mean?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? swag
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? swag
A: The word “swag” is orginally from the Scottish slang word "swagger" which was a description of the way some Scots walk ed. The word was then misinterpreted by the English as "the way someone presents themselves". (whether someone looks cool) The word quickly made its way to the states and has ever since become the catchphrase of douchbags and tools everywhere.

Other questions about "Swag"

Q: What does "with so much swag" mean in the context below? (See note for details)
A: if you want to know if swag is a common way to describe the swaying movement in everyday conversation I would say no. Also your question was referring to the video and quote "with so much swag" ~ in that context I don't believe they mean that guy is swaying so much from side to side..He is doing a confident/cool pose after being pushed by someone 🙂

Q: Q1: What does (swag) mean?

Q2: What does (on the spectrum of) mean?

Q3: What does (a little too on the nose with the pizza references) mean?


For one day, July 26th, McDonald’s will give away flip flops, sweatsuits, and other swag with UberEats deliveries. It’s called the “McDelivery Collection.”

Fast food-themed swag is a tried-and-true marketing stunt. Burger King has launched a Whopper-themed air freshener, Pizza Hut has Hut Swag, and McDonald’s already sells clothing, wallpaper, and other items featuring photos of Big Macs to benefit its Ronald McDonald House charity.

But McDonald’s McDelivery promotion has taken the category where it hasn’t gone before, with a solid black design and a non-burger themed slogan, “Most Famous.” On the spectrum of “swag you got free with a fast food delivery,” or even on the spectrum of “opportunities to turn yourself into a free billboard for a giant corporation,” it has designed some relatively chic items (you know, Pizza Hut really tried, but was always a little too on the nose with the pizza references) .
A: "swag" (I hate this word lol)→「かっこいいこと」

"On the spectrum of"→「0%〜100%の評価では。。。」のような感じ

「on the nose」→この場合は「ちょうど。。。」かな(でも、日常の会話で、あまり" the nose"を言わないでしょうね。)
Q: What does 'I got swag' mean? Not literally. Btw, could ya explain a bit about swag? Coz I've heard a lot, Cheers!
A: The current use of "swag" is most likely to have come from the word "swagger": to conduct oneself in an arrogant or superciliously pompous manner. Basically, to walk with an air of overbearing self-confidence.
- So this meaning got carried over to a person's personality or attitude in general, which they imagine to be "cool and confident".

There is another meaning of "swag", which originates from the word "swag", which is completely different.
Long ago, the original sense of the verb "swag" (early 16th century) was ‘cause to sway or sag’. (Sway + Sag = Swag!)
It used to refer to a bulging bag, now when a thief steals a bunch of items the stolen goods are defined as "swag" (imagine Santa's sack but a thief instead of Santa).
In the hip-hop era, "swag" refers to those "bling" (huge and shiny) necklaces/chains that would hang heavily around their necks.
- So sometimes when someone says "I got swag" it can also mean he has a lot of monetary possessions/bling. But majority of the time they mean the first meaning.
Q: What's swag mean and it's slang word right?
A: Swag means to have style and to be cool. It's Ebonics, a part of African American culture.

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