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swim

verb     /swɪm/ ( present participle swimming, past tense swam, past participle swum)
THROUGH WATER [I, T]
A1 to move through water by moving your body плавать, плыть I learnt to swim when I was about 5 years old. I swim thirty lengths of the pool most mornings. SwimmingMovement on or through water
HEAD [I]
If your head swims, you feel confused and are unable to see or think clearly. чувствовать головокружение Losing consciousnessConfusion, confusing and feeling confused
SEEM TO MOVE [I]
to seem to move about плыть перед глазами I got up suddenly and the room started swimming.Revolving, rotating and spinning
swimming noun [U]
A2 плавание I usually go swimming about twice a week.
swimmer noun [C]
B1 пловец I'm not a very strong swimmer.
(Definition of swim verb from the Cambridge English-Russian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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