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whirl

verb /wəːl/
to move rapidly (round, away etc)
ir como un relámpago, girar, dar vueltas
She whirled round when I called her name The wind whirled my hat away before I could grab it.
whirlpool noun a circular current in a river or sea, caused by opposing tides, winds, or currents.
remolino
whirlwind noun a violent circular current of wind with a whirling motion.
torbellino
(Definition of whirl from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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