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  • EN [ ˈspɪnə(r)]
  • US [ ˈspɪnɚ]

English definition


  • 1. someone who spins (who twists fibers into threads)

  • 2. board game equipment that consists of a dial and an arrow that is spun to determine the next move in the game

  • 3. fisherman's lure; revolves when drawn through the water

Example sentences

  • He is a spinner of long yarns.

  • When connection is broken , unlatch tongs and unscrew the pipe using chain tongs or pipe spinner.

  • From trap stuck tin pin , trap spinner pluckizeed promised an luckize.

  • Introducing system formation and control principle of FDY high speed spinner.

  • Is it fair with which spinner you think to play games?

  • That the global financial crisis, the weather is like dust over the spinner and is shunned.

  • May I look at the salad spinner?

  • In the west province the money spinner is cocoa.

  • The spinner topdresser is cheap.

  • He was also a famous humorist, a spinner of yarns.

  • Yes. Today we'll learn to make a spinner.

  • He used a spinner as his troll.

  • So, it's still a spinner in regards which one to join.

  • Which spinner gives Kathy and Kym an equal chance of winning?

  • What a wonderful spinner your daughter is!

  • I have come as a novelist , which is to as a professional spinner of lies.

  • Could this be a massive money spinner?

  • Draw a circle. Cut the circle. Colour the circle. A toothpick Spin the spinner.

  • This seaside hotel's a real money spinner, especially in the summer months.

  • So, it's still a head spinner in regards which one to join.

  • From the tiny tin pin, the spinner pinched off an inch.


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