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swing

noun
a swinging movement
vaivén, balanceo, oscilación
the swing of the dancers’ skirts.
a strong dancing rhythm
ritmo; (jazz) swing
The music should be played with a swing.
a change in public opinion etc
giro, viraje, cambio
a swing away from the government.
a seat for swinging, hung on ropes or chains from a supporting frame etc.
columpio
(Definition of swing from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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