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spin

verb /spin/ ( present participle spinning, past tense, past participle spun /span/)
to (cause to) go round and round rapidly
hacer girar
She spun round in surprise He spun the revolving door round and round.
to form threads from (wool, cotton etc) by drawing out and twisting
hilar
The old woman was spinning (wool) in the corner of the room.
spinner noun a person or thing that spins.
hilandero
spin doctor noun someone whose job is to present information to the public in such a way as to make a politician or an organization seem as good as possible
secador centrífugo, secadora
His spin doctors tried to make the President look good by blaming Congress for everything bad that happened.
spin-drier noun a machine which dries clothes by spinning them round and round and forcing the water out of them.
secador centrífugo, secadora
spin out phrasal verb to cause to last a long or longer time
prolongar, alargar
He spun out his speech for an extra five minutes.
(Definition of spin from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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