- 作（茧）， 结（茧）
- vt. & vi. 使…旋转 cause (sth) to go round and round
- vt. 杜撰 produce, compose a narrative
a swift whirling motion (usually of a missile)
the act of rotating rapidly;
"he gave the crank a spin"
"it broke off after much twisting"
a short drive in a car;
"he took the new car for a spin"
rapid descent of an aircraft in a steep spiral
a distinctive interpretation (especially as used by politicians to sway public opinion);
"the campaign put a favorable spin on the story"
revolve quickly and repeatedly around one's own axis;
"The dervishes whirl around and around without getting dizzy"
stream in jets, of liquids;
"The creek spun its course through the woods"
cause to spin;
"spin a coin"
make up a story;
"spin a yarn"
form a web by making a thread;
"spiders spin a fine web"
work natural fibers into a thread;
twist and turn so as to give an intended interpretation;
"The President's spokesmen had to spin the story to make it less embarrassing"
prolong or extend;
"spin out a visit"
- My sister can spin on her toes like a dancer.
- The motorcycles were spinning along at full speed.
- Mother used to spin her own yarn.
- In spring, they spin their cocoons.
- My head began to spin after three glasses of wine.
- Before the invention of spin technology, zoic fur were mainly material.
- The pitcher gave a spin to the ball.
- I've been in a real spin all morning.
- Let's go for a spin in my new car.
- The dancer spun on his toes.
- The top was spinning merrily.
- The earth spins on its axis.
- He is spinning a coin.
- She got up and spun a little turn.
- The old sailor loves to spin yarns about his life at sea.
- They quickly began spinning their own theories about the shooting.
- The explorer spun many fantastic tales about his adventures in the primeval forests.
- The guide volunteered to spin us a yarn on the way.
- His grandmother spun him a yarn at the fire.
- spin along (v.+adv.)
向前奔驰 move forward easily and quite quickly with a rolling movement
The car was spinning along nicely when suddenly the engine made a peculiar noise and stopped.
The carriage was spinning along at a good speed.
- spin off (v.+adv.)
旋转着脱位 leave its position, with a rolling movement
Luckily we were not going very fast when the wheel spun off and the car crashed into the fence.
- spin out (v.+adv.)
尽量使某物延长〔持续〕 make it last as long as possibleThey tried to gain time by spinning out the negotiation.他们企图拖延谈判以争取时间。
- spin round (v.+adv.)
快速旋转或回转 turn round very fast
I spun round to see who had spoken.
He spun round at the sound of his name, ready to defend himself.
The skater spun round and round on the ice.
The car spun round on the oily road, and the driver was helpless to control it.
汽车在滑溜溜的道上旋转,司机无法控制。spin sth ⇔ round
He spun the revolving door round and round.
- spin a coin 抛钱币
- spin assiduously〔industriously〕 勤勉地旋转
- spin automatically 自动地旋转
- spin dizzily 使人头晕地旋转
- spin monotonously 单调地旋转
- spin scientifically 科学地旋转
- spin sickeningly 令人作呕地旋转
- spin tirelessly 不疲劳地旋转
- spin vigorously 精力充沛地旋转
- spin along 向前奔驰
- spin out 尽量使某物延长,持续
- spin round 快速旋转或回转
There was always a good spin on his ball.出自： P. Norman
Short of spin..our pace attack will be as formidable as..four years ago.出自：Times
Glass may be spun into very long and minute threads.出自： G. R. Porter
Factories in which raw silk is spun into silk-thread for weaving.出自： L. D. B. Gordon
To spin their wool from their own sheeps' backs.出自： J. R. Green
She sat at home and span.出自： Ouida
- spin, whirl
- whirl转动的速度较大,回旋的范围较宽; spin通常是绕轴心转动。
- ☆ 直接源自古英语的spinnan，意为纺线。
- turn 翻转
- twirl 快速转动
- twist 缠绕
- rotate 轮流
- whirl 使 ... 旋转
- swirl 漩涡
- reel 卷
- wheel 方向盘
- gyrate 旋涡状的
- revolve 旋转
- circle 圆圈
- point of view 观点
- viewpoint 观点
- slant 倾斜
- drive 开车
- outing 郊游
- run 跑
- gyration 旋回
- fish 鱼
- ride 骑
- rotation 旋转
- revolution 革命
- pivot 枢
- spin out 尽力维持一些日子, 拖长...
- tailspin (飞机)尾螺旋...
- birl 踩着旋转
- twisting 翘曲
- roll 卷