spin

All Noun Verb
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  • A number of spin-off books and television series have also been produced.
  • Both films are spin-off and take place a few years after the series.
  • If successful the series would be spun off to form its own title.
  • Several of these characters had short-lived spin off titles of their own.
  • Only the two states where all spins are up or down have more energy.
  • The player could then take those spins or pass them as they wished.
  • He has been known to spin the story out to forty-five minutes in concert.
  • Spinning is difficult to master, and can even cause injury if not done right.
  • He spins until he faces the direction of his master foot in his original position.
  • Top-quality players use this to their advantage in order to control the spin of the ball.
  • The show became a critical and commercial success and it spun off into a series.
  • As a result he could not control the car and spun off into retirement.
  • Much of the technology originally developed for space applications has been spun off and found other uses.
  • There was contact and both spun off into the escape road and were out.
  • It is also a series of books that spun off, from the show.
  • With the possibility of the character being spun off to his own series.
  • All three off spins have been limited to twelve issues each.
  • The show later became a spin-off now known as The Hills.
  • She will stop spinning when his arm left blocks her body.
  • She will stop spinning when his right arm blocks her body.
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Meaning of spin

  • noun A swift whirling motion (usually of a missile)
  • noun The act of rotating rapidly
    he gave the crank a spin, it broke off after much twisting
  • noun A short drive in a car
    he took the new car for a spin
  • noun A distinctive interpretation (especially as used by politicians to sway public opinion)
    the campaign put a favorable spin on the story
  • verb Revolve quickly and repeatedly around one's own axis
    The dervishes whirl around and around without getting dizzy
  • verb Stream in jets, of liquids
    The creek spun its course through the woods
  • verb Make up a story
    spin a yarn
  • verb Form a web by making a thread
    spiders spin a fine web
  • verb Work natural fibers into a thread
    spin silk
  • verb Twist and turn so as to give an intended interpretation
    The President's spokesmen had to spin the story to make it less embarrassing
  • verb Prolong or extend
    spin out a visit