- 1Move or cause to move rapidly in a circle or spiral: [with object]: the dog yelped frenetically, wildly gyrating her tailMore example sentences
- The Russian policy of recent weeks resembles the condition of latent hysteria - moving between extremes and gyrating between panic attacks and undefined hopes.
- Stock markets around the world ended one of the darkest weeks in their history yesterday with a day of tumultuous trading as nervous dealers sent share prices gyrating wildly.
- Stock prices are gyrating wildly often superimposed on small changes in earnings estimates.
- 1.1Dance in a wild or suggestive manner: strippers gyrated to rock music on a low stageMore example sentences
- I was uncomfortable with the amount of sexually suggestive gyrating the dancers, and even the band, were making.
- Among the hubbub of dance beats and gyrating bodies grew a feeling of discovery, of enthusiasm for something new.
- Then he bent down and gyrated, dancing just for her.
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- This is important, because once the novelty of the naked gyrators wears off, the strip bar becomes in actuality what they're often advertised as: gentlemen's clubs.
- The g parameter defines the gyrator ratio and is used to calculate the gain of the dependent sources.
- Thus, some basic power processing functions done by the presented power gyrators are reported.
early 19th century: earlier (early 17th century) as gyration, from Latin gyrat- 'revolved', from the verb gyrare, from Greek guros 'a ring'.