кружение; верчение; вращение; штопор ; штопор самолета; спин ; быстрая езда; короткая прогулка;
прясть; сучить; плести; заплетать; крутить; вертеть; кружиться; крутиться; вертеться; описывать круги; ловить на блесну; бить ключом; бить струей; нестись; быстро двигаться; выдавливать; рассказывать или пис`ать
- We'll make them spin three pounds instead of two
- In this case the instructor brings the aircraft to a stall and applies full rudder as if he is going to spin.
- But a 17 keV neutrino would have to be able to spin both ways.
- It was Grand National time and he couldn't think of anything but Top Spin Lob."
- There have been several cases of two-seaters being overstressed by pilots pulling back hard to recover from steep dives after spin recoveries.
- He may yet tour India next winter, for there is a three-month break before the challenge of a calmer series against swing and spin - "You are a long time retired," he says impishly.
- When they hit the ground, they may stop abruptly, embedding themselves still glowing, fuming and sizzling slightly in the loose ash; or they may bounce off, to leap down the steep sides of the cone in a series of great bounds, developing a rapid spin as they do so, and whirring downhill like cannonballs, ending up in a rattling shower of small stones at the bottom.
- When she was laid on the bed Dot felt the room spin.
- Round they spin, arms clasping each other's waists.
- COLOURS SING AND CIRCLES SPIN ON INGRID TAIT'S ORCADIAN FELTED SHAWLS.
- If the glider stalls on the launch it will probably drop a wing and may spin.
- Massless electron neutrinos spin only one way: if you could see one coming towards you, it would always appear to be spinning clockwise.
- and then spin - kitchen table and bench upended -