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British pronunciation/swˈɪŋ/
American pronunciation/ˈswɪŋ/
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to move or make something move from one side to another while suspended

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to strike or target something using a sweeping motion, typically with the arm

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to shift or cause to shift from one opinion, mood, etc. to another

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to succeed in achieving or getting something, particularly in a dishonest way

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(of music) to be performed or played with a distinctive rhythmic feel characterized by a lively, propulsive groove

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to move or walk with a rhythmic and swaying motion

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to move or propel in a curving, pendulum-like motion, often smoothly and with a sense of ease

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to perform music with a fluid and rhythmically expressive style

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to be suspended from a support and move freely in a pendulum-like manner

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to be in a state of liveliness, excitement, and modernity

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to engage in consensual, non-monogamous activities involving the exchange of partners

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a seat hung by overhead chains or ropes on which people can sit on and move back and forth, often seen in playgrounds

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a form of jazz characterized by its lively rhythms, syncopated beats, and emphasis on improvisation, notably popularized in the 1930s and 1940s

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a lively and energetic style of dance characterized by rhythmic movements, spins, turns, and coordinated footwork

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a sweeping blow or stroke

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a noticeable change from one opinion to another

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changing location by moving back and forth

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a state of steady vigorous action that is characteristic of an activity

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in baseball; a batter's attempt to hit a pitched ball

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the act of swinging a golf club at a golf ball and (usually) hitting it

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a jaunty rhythm in music

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The dancer swung her partner around the dance floor.
The acrobat skillfully swung the trapeze, delighting the audience with breathtaking aerial stunts.
The pendulum clock swung back and forth with a rhythmic tick-tock.
The worker in the warehouse swung the pallet from one side to another using the forklift.
As the ship sailed through the waves, the lanterns on the deck swung with the motion of the sea.
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