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Meaning of “spin” - Learner’s Dictionary

spin

noun     /spɪn/
TURN [C, U]
the movement of something turning round very quickly: The skater did a series of amazing spins and jumps.Revolving, rotating and spinning
IDEA [no plural]
a clever way of expressing an idea to make it seem better than it really is, especially in politics: This report puts a different spin on the issue.Exaggerating and playing downPraising and applauding
CAR [no plural] informal
a short journey by car: Why don't you take it for a quick spin and see what you think?Journeys
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