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Which is correct - 'swear to you' or 'swear you'?

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May 11, 2007 12:34AM

You can: * swear TO a person (make a binding verbal promise) * swear AT a person (curse them) * swear IN a person (make them a member of a jury or similar) but AFAIK you can't just swear a person.