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past of gyrate
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Having coils or convolutions
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to revolve
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Winding or coiled round; curved into a circle; taking a circular course
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To revolve round a central point; to move spirally about an axis, as a tornado; to revolve
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{f} rotate, move in spiral motion, whirl
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To gyrate means to turn round and round in a circle, usually very fast. The aeroplane was gyrating about the sky in a most unpleasant fashion
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to wind or move in a spiral course; "the muscles and nerves of his fine drawn body were coiling for action"; "black smoke coiling up into the sky"; "the young people gyrated on the dance floor"
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If you gyrate, you dance or move your body quickly with circular movements. The woman began to gyrate to the music. a room stuffed full of gasping, gyrating bodies. + gyration gyrations gy·ra·tion Prince continued his enthusiastic gyrations on stage
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verb The "pumping" motion a skater makes, usually on a ramp, to propel himself up the transitions and to gain speed By moving body weight in one direction and then the other in conjunction with the curve and flat of the ramp, enough speed can be achieved to perform any trick This motion is much like that used by a person in a playground swing-set
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If things such as prices or currencies gyrate, they move up and down in a rapid and uncontrolled way. Interest rates began to gyrate up towards 20 per cent in 1980 and then down and up again. + gyration gy·ra·tion the gyrations of the currency markets
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revolve quickly and repeatedly around one's own axis; "The dervishes whirl around and around without getting dizzy"
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