Meaning of SPIN in English

v. 1 revolve, turn, rotate, gyrate, twirl, whirl, twist, reel, pirouette, pivot The car spun out of control on the ice Fred spun Ginger around the dance floor. 2 invent, concoct, make up, devise, produce, fabricate; weave, relate, retail, recount, narrate, tell, unfold Each night, father would spin a new chapter in the yarn of the vagabond princess 3 be dizzy, suffer vertigo, swim, whirl, be giddy My head was spinning from so much attention by the media 4 spin off. separate, derive The manufacturer spun off two new companies specializing in parts and service 5 spin out. prolong, protract, drag or draw out, stretch out, perpetuate, continue, extend, keep alive, keep going The case was spun out for years in the courts

n. 6 whirl, whirling, twirl, twirling, turn, turning, gyration, reel, pirouette, revolution, revolving, rotation, rotating He puts a spin on the ball when he throws it Is the spin of all planets in the same direction? 7 drive, whirl, joyride, ride, tour, excursion, outing, jaunt On Sunday afternoons we sometimes went for a spin in the car

Oxford thesaurus English vocab.      Английский словарь Оксфорд тезаурус.