Word: swing

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Related words: swing

golf swing, the swing, swing set, swing sets, baby swing, swing dance, swing lyrics, swing life, fisher price swing, fisher price, playboy swing, kettlebell swing, swing states, rope swing, swing bed, swing chair, swing state

Synonyms: swing

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: swing

spanish
giratorio


german
schaukel, schwingen

french
pivoter, agiter, pourceau, osciller, balancer, ...

italian
dondolare, altalena, dimenare, brandire

portuguese
defraudar, bambolear, abalançar, balanço

dutch
balanceren

russian
помахивать, раскачиваться, суинг, качать, раскачаться, ...

swedish
svänga, vagga, gunga

finnish
häilyä, heiluttaa, keinuttaa, heilahdus, heiluminen, ...

danish
svinge

czech
kývat, komíhat, rozkývat, houpat, kmitat, ...

polish
swing, rozpęd, wahanie, zamach, machać, ...

hungarian
lengéstágasság, lendületvétel, eltolódás, hinta, elfordíthatóság, ...

greek
κουνώ, κούνια

ukrainian
коливати, колихати, колихатися, коливання, ритм

albanian
përkund

estonian
kaldumine, kaar

croatian
njihanje, ljuljanje, ljuljačka, zamah

slovak
swing, hojdať, kyv, kolba, mávať

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The meaning and "use of": swing

noun
  • a seat suspended by ropes or chains, on which someone may sit and swing back and forth.
  • an act of swinging.
  • a discernible change in opinion.
  • a style of jazz or dance music with an easy flowing but vigorous rhythm.
  • a swift tour involving a number of stops, especially one undertaken as part of a political campaign.
  • (in musical theater) an understudy, typically one who covers multiple roles in the chorus of a particular production.

verb
  • move or cause to move back and forth or from side to side while suspended or on an axis.
  • move by grasping a support from below and leaping.
  • move or cause to move in a smooth, curving line.
  • shift or cause to shift from one opinion, mood, or state of affairs to another.
  • play music with an easy flowing but vigorous rhythm.
  • (of an event, place, or way of life) be lively, exciting, or fashionable.
  • be promiscuous, typically by engaging in group sex or swapping sexual partners.

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