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spin·ner

 (spĭn′ər)
n.
1. One that spins: a spinner of flax; a spinner of tall tales.
2. A fishing lure that rotates rapidly.
3. A fairing fitted over the hub of the propeller in some aircraft.
4. Games A device consisting of a dial and an arrow that is spun to indicate the next move in some board games.
5. A device for cleaning lettuce and other vegetables, consisting of a perforated bowl or container that can be spun to drive off rinse water.

spinner

(ˈspɪnə)
n
1. a person or thing that spins
2. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) informal a spin doctor
3. (Cricket) cricket
a. a ball that is bowled with a spinning motion
b. a bowler who specializes in bowling such balls
4. (Aeronautics) a streamlined fairing that fits over and revolves with the hub of an aircraft propeller
5. (Angling) a fishing lure with a fin or wing that revolves when drawn through the water
6. (Angling) an angler's name for the mature adult form (imago) of various flies, esp the mayflies. Compare dun23

spin•ner

(ˈspɪn ər)

n.
1. one that spins.
2. a fishing lure, as a spoon bait, that revolves in the water in trolling and casting.
3. a streamlined fairing placed over the hub of an airplane propeller.
[1175–1225]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.spinner - someone who spins (who twists fibers into threads)spinner - someone who spins (who twists fibers into threads)
maker, shaper - a person who makes things
2.spinner - board game equipment that consists of a dial and an arrow that is spun to determine the next move in the game
game equipment - equipment or apparatus used in playing a game
3.spinner - fisherman's lure; revolves when drawn through the water
fish lure, fisherman's lure - (angling) any bright artificial bait consisting of plastic or metal mounted with hooks and trimmed with feathers
fishing gear, fishing rig, fishing tackle, tackle, rig - gear used in fishing
Translations
غَزّال، ماكِنَة غَزْل
-lenapřadlákspřádací stroj
spinder
fonógépfonómunkás
spunamaîur
priadkaspriadací stroj
eğiren kimsefırdöndü

spinner

[ˈspɪnəʳ] N
1. [of cloth] → hilandero/a m/f
2. (Cricket, Baseball) → el/la que da efecto a la pelota
3. (Fishing) → cebo m artificial de cuchara
4. (= spin-dryer) → secadora-centrifugadora f

spinner

[ˈspɪnər] n [thread] → fileur/euse m/f

spinner

n
(of cloth)Spinner(in) m(f)
(inf) = spin-drier
(Fishing) → Spinnköder m
(Cricket) Werfer, der den Bällen einen Drall gibt

spinner

[ˈspɪnəʳ] n (of thread, yarn) → tessitore/trice (Fishing) → cucchiaino (fam) (spin-dryer) → centrifuga

spin

(spin) present participle ˈspinning: past tense, past participle spun (span) verb
1. to (cause to) go round and round rapidly. She spun round in surprise; He spun the revolving door round and round.
2. to form threads from (wool, cotton etc) by drawing out and twisting. The old woman was spinning (wool) in the corner of the room.
noun
1. a whirling or turning motion. The patch of mud sent the car into a spin.
2. a ride, especially on wheels. After lunch we went for a spin in my new car.
ˈspinner noun
a person or thing that spins.
ˌspin-ˈdrier noun
a machine which dries clothes by spinning them round and round and forcing the water out of them.
spin out
to cause to last a long or longer time. He spun out his speech for an extra five minutes.
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But they often refuse to aggressively strike spinnerbaits.
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I've had great success using a jig or minnow under a bobber or casting in-line spinners or small spinnerbaits while drifting over a weedy area.
Well son, swing by camp and I'll grab my rod and some spinnerbaits," I told him.
During the day, cast jig-and-minnow combos, crankbaits, and spinnerbaits along the edges of weedbeds for resident walleyes; or fish jigging spoons along the bottoms of points, where alewives move out to deeper water to hold during the day.
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