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whirlverb [I/T]

 us   /hwɜrl, wɜrl/
to spin or cause something to spin: [I] The wind came up and the snow began to whirl around us.
whirl
noun [C]  us   /hwɜrl, wɜrl/
The dance was an exciting, dizzy whirl.
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