Definition of spun-out in English:


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Made to continue for a long time, especially for longer than is necessary: spun-out news coverage
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  • The papers the students gave me based on the class discussions were seldom written but rather done in garish-colored illustrations or long, spun-out snakes of handwritten doggerel.
  • It takes 60 votes to bring the spun-out debate known as a filibuster to an end, and a simple majority for final passage.
  • But breakfast was slow - spun-out slow - and she kept looking at her watch.

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