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twirl

verb [I or T, usually + adv/prep]
 
 
/twɜːl/ US  /twɝːl/
to (cause to) give a sudden quick turn or set of turns in a circle
(使)旋轉;(使)轉動;(使)纏繞
She danced and twirled across the room.
她在房間裡轉著圈跳舞。
He twirled the ribbon round the stick.
他把絲帶纏繞在棍子上。
He twirled his umbrella as he walked.
他邊走邊旋轉傘子。
She twirled her baton high in the air as she led the parade.
導引受閱方隊時,她高高旋動司儀杖。
Revolving, rotating and spinning
twirl
 
 
noun [C]
She did a twirl (= turned quickly round) in her new skirt.
她穿著新裙子快速地轉了一圈。
Revolving, rotating and spinning
(Definition of twirl from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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