Traducción de swinging en español:

swinging

Pronunciación: /ˈswɪŋɪŋ/

adj

  • 1.1 (lively, fashionable) [colloquial/familiar] con mucha marcha [familiar/colloquial], con mucho swing [familiar/colloquial] the swinging sixties los acelerados años 60
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • Set among peace-loving forest dwellers in the swinging 60s the lively production even features a guest appearance by The King himself, Elvis.
    • Alexander Chancellor asks why everyone hates SUVs, why dictators love gardening so much and if the swinging sixties ever actually happened
    • Thursday is Sixties Night, when we will all sit round and try to remember what happened during that swinging decade.
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • A swinging married couple strikes Prudie as a pair of sluts with matching wedding rings.
    • In one episode, Butch's elderly parents come clean about their swinging antics during the Korean War.
    • Those of us who can recall a time when Lava lamps were taken seriously know that the aesthetic of the swinging '60s is particularly vulnerable.
    1.2 (sexually liberal) [colloquial/familiar] desinhibido 1.3 (bouncing, rhythmic) (before n) [step/gait] cadencioso

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