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Synonyms for spin

Synonyms for spin

to rotate rapidly

to have the sensation of turning in circles

a trip in a motor vehicle

Synonyms for spin

a swift whirling motion (usually of a missile)

the act of rotating rapidly

a short drive in a car

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rapid descent of an aircraft in a steep spiral

a distinctive interpretation (especially as used by politicians to sway public opinion)

revolve quickly and repeatedly around one's own axis

stream in jets, of liquids

cause to spin

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make up a story

form a web by making a thread

work natural fibers into a thread

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twist and turn so as to give an intended interpretation

prolong or extend

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Traditionally, the household's women spun the flax into linen yarn and the men wove it into cloth.
Tastes change and people loose interest in some of their old CDs, DVDs and games," said Andy Grundy, president and co-founder of Spun.
To date, SRI and its subsidiary Sarnoff Corporation have spun off more than two-dozen new ventures.
Hunter, a student and single mother, spun the wheel and on her first spin struck a TRIPLE spoke.
eCom, which has spun off its ten wholly owned subsidiaries as independent public companies, plans to now expand the remaining spin-offs by acquiring established businesses similar to ACH and F4W.
owned by Guardian Technologies will be spun off to Guardian Technologies shareholders, pro rata, in the nature of a stock dividend distribution.
This is the most invigorating event in the history of Allergan since Allergan itself was successfully spun out of Smith Kline in 1989," said David E.
If the sending antenna is put on a turntable and spun like a phonograph record, the receiving antenna will no longer see the signal because "spin" has been added to the signal being sent.