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  1. spin

    • IPA[spɪn]

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    • v.
      turn or cause to turn or whirl round quickly;(of a person's head) give a sensation of dizziness
    • n.
      a rapid turning or whirling motion;revolving motion imparted to a ball in a game, especially cricket, tennis, or snooker
    • noun: spin, plural noun: spins

    • verb: spin, 3rd person present: spins, gerund or present participle: spinning, past tense: spun, past participle: spun

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    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. turn or cause to turn or whirl round quickly:

      the girl spun round in alarm

      the rear wheels spun violently

    • 2. (of a person's head) give a sensation of dizziness:

      the figures were enough to make her head spin

    • 3. toss (a coin).
    • 4. (with reference to a ball) move or cause to move through the air with a revolving motion:

      the ball spun in viciously

      they had to spin the ball wide

    • 5. spin-dry (clothes).
    • 6. play (a record):

      a disc jockey spins hits from the sixties

    • 7. shape (sheet metal) by pressure applied during rotation on a lathe:

      spun metal components

    • 8. draw out and twist (the fibres of wool, cotton, or other material) to convert them into yarn, either by hand or with machinery:

      they spin wool into the yarn for weaving

    • 9. make (threads) by drawing out and twisting fibres of wool, cotton, or other material:

      this method is used to spin filaments from syrups

    • 10. (of a spider or a silkworm or other insect) produce (gossamer or silk) or construct (a web or cocoon) by extruding a fine viscous thread from a special gland.
    • 11. give (a news story) a particular emphasis or bias:

      ministers may now find it difficult to use the programme to spin stories in their favour

    • 12. fish with a spinner:

      they were spinning for salmon in the lake

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a rapid turning or whirling motion:

      he concluded the dance with a double spin

    • 2. revolving motion imparted to a ball in a game, especially cricket, tennis, or snooker:

      this racket enables the player to impart more spin to the ball

    • 3. an uncontrolled fast revolving descent of an aircraft, resulting from a stall:

      he tried to stop the plane from going into a spin

    • 4. short for spinning
    • 5. the intrinsic angular momentum of a subatomic particle.
    • 6. a brief trip in a vehicle for pleasure:

      a spin around town

    • 7. the presentation of information in a particular way; a slant, especially a favourable one:

      he tried to put a positive spin on the president's campaign

      he was sick and tired of the Government's control freakery and spin

    • 8. a piece of good or bad luck:

      Kevin had had a rough spin

    • n. the action or process of spinning; the conversion of fibres into yarn:

    • in fine weather spinning was done out of doors

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    • past and past participle of spin

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    • n. an intense form of aerobic exercise performed on stationary exercise bikes and led by an instructor who sets the constantly varying pace.

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    • past and past participle of spin

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    • n. the action or process of converting fibers into thread or yarn:

    • in fine weather spinning was done out of doors

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    • n. an intense form of aerobic exercise performed on stationary exercise bikes and led by an instructor who sets the constantly varying pace.

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    • n. a by-product or incidental result of a larger project:

    • the commercial spin-off from defence research

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    • n. a byproduct or incidental result of a larger project:

    • the commercial spin-off from defense research

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    • IPA[spin]

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    • v.
      turn or cause to turn or whirl around quickly:
    • the girl spun around in alarm

      the rear wheels spun violently

    • n.
      a rapid turning or whirling motion:
    • he concluded the dance with a double spin

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