- [cane/baton] (hacer*) girar, revolear (Southern Cone/Cono Sur) he was twirling his mustache se estaba retorciendo el bigote she was twirling her hair jugueteaba con el pelo (enroscándoselo en los dedos)More example sentences
- Obviously a boy who appreciates a big stage when he sees one, Jack danced and twirled and spun with abandon, much to the delight of the photographers.
- From time to time, Russian dancers clad in national costume would pop up to dance between the tables, somehow reminiscent of a doll twirling round and round inside a music box.
- She looked absolutely radiant with joy in her period dress, spinning and twirling on the floor.
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