spin around

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Verb1.spin around - revolve quickly and repeatedly around one's own axis; "The dervishes whirl around and around without getting dizzy"
revolve, rotate, go around - turn on or around an axis or a center; "The Earth revolves around the Sun"; "The lamb roast rotates on a spit over the fire"
whirligig - whirl or spin like a whirligig
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How do you manage to spin around without getting dizzy?
Mohammed Tahsin, an Iraqi boy, starting spin around with tremendous speed despite barely being tall enough to reach the wheel.
She says: "We planned out this thing where we were going to spin around and over to her and go, 'Please dance with us'.
Arsenal striker Lukas Podolski has been pictured taking his close pal, F1 driver Nico Rosberg, on a 170mph spin around the Nurburgring.
Which royal was taken for a spin around Silverstone race circuit by former F1 champion Damon Hill?
com English Derby challengers a spin around Wimbledon in the coming days.
DANCING IN THE STREET The dreaded drink Oh, what problems it can cause Sometimes we don't know When to stop Labels and cheap booze Add fire to the flames The great escape, Into something else Out of control Taking time out Dancing on the street Let the world spin around Falling to the ground The Friday night streets And people you meet Strangers in the dream Lives falling apart Broken and scared This alcohol dream What does it mean Letting go, Flying to the Moon The dreaded drink And looking for pink elephants In a lost city Of let's party till late On a double date KENNETH MOOD
If you want to learn how to heel-toe and spin around the rink take a look at londonskaters.
Called the spin force, it fills the gap between the spin of subatomic particles and the spin around stars, planets, galaxies, and super galaxies, which are all known to spin.
Paddle sports can be as basic as jumping in a sit-on-top kayak in a t-shirt and shorts and going for a spin around the reservoir.