swarp means: The term that describes when technology or a product goes from slow to warp speed. When a product or technology changes from slow growth to faster than usual, the swarp refers. As in the case of the iPhone’s rapid growth from 2009 to 2010, it was called the swarp. This is the point at which a technology or product makes its breakthrough. Heini Zachariassen, founder of Vivino, coined the term in a YouTube video on Startup Disruption. (in Community Dictionary, added by Kelsie Harris)

What else does swarp mean?

  • It is used to describe cool, hot, minty, or awesome things. (in Community Dictionary, added by Paris Ali)
  • You must forcefully but politely take what isn’t yours from the person you are speaking to. This is usually a cold beverage. Commonly used to refer to someone as “mother”. (in Community Dictionary, added by Bethesda)
  • This is a sudden, brash movement that occurs with either a vehicle or body limb. It combines forward motion and angular inertia. (in Community Dictionary, added by Colt Holloway)
  • It’s not a urban term, but it is slang. A term from East Kentucky: verb. To party hard. To do “things you would not do in your home country.” “. (in Community Dictionary, added by Natalia Ramírez)