Definition of spin
- (noun/verb) A description or the act of describing negative events in an overly favorable way. Advertising Copy or political hyperbole, especially when intentionally misleading.
- another word for drugs, usually tobacco.
- a situation out of control.
verb - ambitransitive
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Slang terms with the same meaning
Other terms relating to 'to play music, an instrument':
|Definitions include: admission paid to get into a bar, dance club, etc.|
|Definitions include: to leave.|
|Definitions include: to fight.|
|Definitions include: to pretend to play a musical instrument, especially a guitar.|
|Definitions include: to masturbate, especially male masturbation.|
|Definitions include: to have sex.|
|Definitions include: to play the piano.|
|Definitions include: a form of dance/mime in which a person mimes playing a guitar while music is playing.|
Slang terms with the same root words
Other terms relating to 'spin':
|Definitions include: Used to describe a heavy or particularly nasty bowel movement, indicating that streaks have been left on the interior of the toilet bowl after flushing.|
|Definitions include: a person (usually involved in Public Relations) who attempt to put a positive "spin" on bad news that surfaces about a client.|
|Definitions include: showy vehicle rims made with independently spinning surfaces that continue to spin (inside the rim) when the vehicle stops.|
|Definitions include: the physical sensation that the room or nearby area is spinning - despite it being stationary - due to consumption of drugs or alcohol.|
|Definitions include: to take a ride in or on a motor vehicle, for fun.|
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