I don't know what "swag it on" means, I think that's a bad phrase, because I usually hear that phrase, it sounds bad. Could you tell me what this phrase means?

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  • Could you please edit your question to include an example with some context? Where have you seen or heard this phrase? If you don't, I'm afraid it might not be possible to write a good answer. – snailboat Oct 19 '17 at 13:09
  • @snailplane I saw this phrase on the social media. But I cannot give you an example. Because I just want to know what that means – Aqsha Isham Oct 20 '17 at 7:08

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