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swing British & World English

Move or cause to move back and forth or from side to side while suspended or on an axis

swing set British & World English

A frame for children to play on, typically including one or more swings and a slide

mood swing British & World English

An abrupt and unaccountable change of mood

swing coat British & World English

A coat cut so as to swing when the wearer moves

swing door British & World English

A door that can be opened in either direction and is closed by a spring device when released

swing shift British & World English

A work shift from afternoon to late evening

swing state British & World English

A US state where the two major political parties have similar levels of support among voters, viewed as important in determining the overall result of a presidential election

swing vote British & World English

A vote that has a decisive influence on the result of a poll

swing-wing British & World English

An aircraft wing that can move from a right-angled to a swept-back position

swing bridge British & World English

A bridge over water that can be rotated horizontally to allow ships through

swing ticket British & World English

An information tag attached by a string to an article for sale

western swing British & World English

A style of country music influenced by jazz, popular in the 1930s

swing at in swing British & World English

Attempt to hit or punch, typically with a wide curving movement of the arm

in full swing in swing British & World English

At the height of activity

swing the lead in swing British & World English

Shirk one’s duty; malinger

in full swing British & World English

At the height of activity

swing the lead British & World English

Shirk one’s duty; malinger

go with a swing in swing British & World English

(Of a party or other event) be lively and enjoyable

swing into action in swing British & World English

Quickly begin acting or operating

go with a swing British & World English

(Of a party or other event) be lively and enjoyable

swing into action British & World English

Quickly begin acting or operating

no room to swing a cat in room British & World English

Used in reference to a very confined space

no room to swing a cat British & World English

Used in reference to a very confined space

swingbin British & World English

A rubbish bin with a lid that swings shut after being pushed open

swingby British & World English

A change in the flight path of a spacecraft using the gravitational pull of a celestial body

get into the swing of things in swing British & World English

Become accustomed to (or return to) an activity or routine

get into the swing of things British & World English

Become accustomed to (or return to) an activity or routine

swingback British & World English

(Of a coat) cut to swing as the wearer moves

Goodman, Benny British & World English

(1909–86), American jazz clarinettist and bandleader; full name Benjamin David Goodman; known as the King of Swing. In 1934 he formed his own big band, which was the first to include both black and white musicians

the King of Swing in Goodman, Benny British & World English

(1909–86), American jazz clarinettist and bandleader; full name Benjamin David Goodman; known as the King of Swing. In 1934 he formed his own big band, which was the first to include both black and white musicians

swing English Thesaurus

the basket was swinging in the wind

swing English-Spanish

balancearse

swing Spanish-English

swing

swing bin English-Spanish

cubocon tapa de vaivén

swing-wing English-Spanish

con alas de geometría variable

swing bridge English-Spanish

puente m giratorio

swing around English-Spanish

dar* un viraje, girar

swing round English-Spanish

dar* un viraje, girar


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