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ลองค้นหาคำในรูปแบบอื่นๆ เพื่อให้ได้ผลลัพธ์มากขึ้นหรือน้อยลง: spinning, *spinning*
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Spinning is not flying.หมุนติ้วมายังงี้เค้าเรียกว่าบินรึ? Destroy Malevolence (2008)
The queen will have his head spinning with pretty little Spanish things.พระราชินีก็กำลังปั่นหัวพระองค์ ไปกับเรื่องราวของพวกสเปนที่น่ารักน่าชัง The Other Boleyn Girl (2008)
If you ever carried out your proposed threat, you would experience such a shit storm of consequences, my friend, that your empty little head would be spinning faster than the wheels of your Schwinn bicycle back there.ถ้าคุณยื่นข้อเสนอที่เป็นคำขู่ คุณอาจจะได้รับผลกระทบที่ตามมา แบบนรกแตกได้สหายเอ๋ย หัวกลวงน้อยๆของคุณอาจจะกลิ้งหลุนๆ Burn After Reading (2008)
# And spinning fasterและหมุนเร็วขึ้น High School Musical 3: Senior Year (2008)
You think we're spinning our wheels?นายคิดว่าเรากำลังเสียเวลาอยู่เหรอเปล่า? Shut Down (2008)
Why are you all spinning?ทำไมพวกคุณหมุนอะ Julie & Julia (2009)
Everything started spinning, And then I was just standing there,ทุกอย่างเริ่มหมุนไปหมด แล้วผมก็มายืนอยู่ตรงนี้ Death Takes a Holiday (2009)
Looks like now she's spinning out.เหมือนว่าตอนนี้เธอจะคุมไม่อยู่แล้ว The Grandfather (2009)
Second hand's spinning, Michael.เข็มของนาฬิกากำลังเดิน ไมเคิล Cowboys and Indians (2009)
She actually dared to pull a spinning back kick on the Great Gu Jun Pyo.เธอกระโดดเตะหมุนตัวกลับหลังใส่กู จุนพโย Episode #1.2 (2009)
My head's already spinning with the powers I have.หัวฉันมันหมุนไปหมด ด้วยพลังที่ฉันมี Chapter Eleven 'I Am Sylar' (2009)
Ever since you guys rolled into town, my life has been... has been spinning out of control.ตั้งแต่พี่พวกคุณมาที่เมืองนี้ ชีวิตผม.. หมุนเคว้ง ยากที่จะควบคุม Chuck Versus the Broken Heart (2009)

ตัวอย่างประโยคจาก Tanaka JP-EN Corpus
spinningA big spider was spinning a web.
spinningA police car was spinning along at a good speed.
spinningHave you ever seen a spider spinning its web?
spinningI don't know how to operate a spinning wheel.
spinningI'd still be spinning my wheels if I hadn't gotten that scholarship.
spinningMy head is spinning.
spinningShe tries so hard, but she's just spinning her wheels.
spinningThe eyes in his head see the world spinning round.
spinningWhat would happen supposing the earth stopped spinning.

German-English: TU-Chemnitz DING Dictionary
Drücken {n} (Umformen)spinning (forming) [Add to Longdo]
Färbung {f} auf Spinnkuchen [textil.]spinning cake dyeing [Add to Longdo]
Kreisel {m} | Kreisel {pl}spinning top; whipping top | whipping tops [Add to Longdo]
Spinnerei {f} | Spinnereien {pl}spinning | spinnings [Add to Longdo]
Spinnfaden {m}spinning thread [Add to Longdo]
Spinnmaschine {f} | Spinnmaschinen {pl}spinning frame | spinning frames [Add to Longdo]
Spinnrad {n} | Spinnräder {pl}spinning wheel | spinning wheels [Add to Longdo]
Drehsprung {m} eines Delfinsspinning of a dolphin [Add to Longdo]
Saltosprung {m} eines Delfinsspinning of a dolphin [Add to Longdo]

Result from Foreign Dictionaries (3 entries found)

From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 [gcide]:

  Spin \Spin\ (sp[i^]n), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Spun}(Archaic imp.
     {Span}); p. pr. & vb. n. {Spinning}.] [AS. spinnan; akin to
     D. & G. spinnen, Icel. & Sw. spinna, Dan. spinde, Goth.
     spinnan, and probably to E. span. [root]170. Cf. {Span}, v.
     t., {Spider}.]
     1. To draw out, and twist into threads, either by the hand or
        machinery; as, to spin wool, cotton, or flax; to spin
        goat's hair; to produce by drawing out and twisting a
        fibrous material.
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              All the yarn she [Penelope] spun in Ulysses' absence
              did but fill Ithaca full of moths.    --Shak.
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     2. To draw out tediously; to form by a slow process, or by
        degrees; to extend to a great length; -- with out; as, to
        spin out large volumes on a subject.
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              Do you mean that story is tediously spun out?
                                                    --Sheridan.
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     3. To protract; to spend by delays; as, to spin out the day
        in idleness.
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              By one delay after another they spin out their whole
              lives.                                --L'Estrange.
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     4. To cause to turn round rapidly; to whirl; to twirl; as, to
        spin a top.
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     5. To form (a web, a cocoon, silk, or the like) from threads
        produced by the extrusion of a viscid, transparent liquid,
        which hardens on coming into contact with the air; -- said
        of the spider, the silkworm, etc.
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     6. (Mech.) To shape, as malleable sheet metal, into a hollow
        form, by bending or buckling it by pressing against it
        with a smooth hand tool or roller while the metal
        revolves, as in a lathe.
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     {To spin a yarn} (Naut.), to tell a story, esp. a long or
        fabulous tale.
  
     {To spin hay} (Mil.), to twist it into ropes for convenient
        carriage on an expedition.
  
     {To spin street yarn}, to gad about gossiping. [Collog.]
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From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 [gcide]:

  Spinning \Spin"ning\,
     a. & n. from {Spin}.
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     {Spinning gland} (Zool.), one of the glands which form the
        material for spinning the silk of silkworms and other
        larvae.
  
     {Spinning house}, formerly a common name for a house of
        correction in England, the women confined therein being
        employed in spinning.
  
     {Spinning jenny} (Mach.), an engine or machine for spinning
        wool or cotton, by means of a large number of spindles
        revolving simultaneously.
  
     {Spinning mite} (Zool.), the red spider.
  
     {Spinning wheel}, a machine for spinning yarn or thread, in
        which a wheel drives a single spindle, and is itself
        driven by the hand, or by the foot acting on a treadle.
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From WordNet (r) 3.0 (2006) [wn]:

  spinning
      n 1: creating thread

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