spin verb (TURN) translate to Traditional Chinese
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Translation of "spin" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

spin

verb (TURN)
旋轉
 
 
/spɪn/ ( present participle spinning, past tense spun, past participle UK ALSO span)
[I or T] to (cause to) turn around and around, especially fast
(使)(尤指快速)旋轉
The Earth spins on its axis.
地球繞地軸旋轉。
The roulette players silently watched the wheel spin around/round.
玩轉盤遊戲的玩家們默不作聲地注視著輪盤旋轉。
He was killed when his car hit a tree and spun off the road.
他的車撞到樹上後甩出路面,他因此而喪生。
Spin the ball (= Make it turn around and around as you throw it) and it will change direction when it hits the ground.
把球旋轉起來再拋出去,球觸地時就會改變方向。
Revolving, rotating and spinning
head/room spins If your head or the room spins you feel as if it is turning around and around, and you cannot balance
天旋地轉;眩暈
The room started spinning and I felt faint.
我開始感覺天旋地轉,頭昏眼花。
Headaches and dizziness
(Definition of spin verb (TURN) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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