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8 thoughts on “ Gyrate

  1. How to pronounce gyrate. How to say gyrate. Listen to the audio pronunciation in the Cambridge English Dictionary. Learn more.
  2. verb 1. dance, move, twist, writhe She began to gyrate to the music. 2. rotate, circle, spin, spiral, revolve, whirl, twirl, pirouette The aeroplane was gyrating about in the sky in a most alarming fashion. Collins Thesaurus of the English Language – Complete and Unabridged 2nd Edition. © HarperCollins Publishers ,
  3. English verb TO GYRATE conjugated in all forms, with full audio, irregular highlighting, negative forms and contractions.
  4. Early 19th century earlier (early 17th century) as gyration, from Latin gyrat- ‘revolved’, from the verb gyrare, from Greek guros ‘a ring’.
  5. Gyrate is the debut studio album by American rock band Pylon, released in by record label DBGenre: New wave.
  6. gyrate erythema: [ er″ĭ-the´mah ] redness of the skin caused by congestion of the capillaries in the lower layers of the skin. It occurs with any skin injury, infection, or inflammation. erythema chro´nicum mi´grans a ring-shaped erythema due to the bite of a tick of the genus Ixodes; it begins as an erythematous plaque several weeks after the.
  7. gyrate something As the lead singer gyrated his hips, the crowd screamed wildly. Oxford Collocations Dictionary Gyrate is used with these nouns as the object: hip; See full entry. Word Origin early 19th cent.: earlier (early 17th-cent.) as gyration, from Latin gyrat-‘revolved’, from the .
  8. Aug 02,  · 1. verb If you gyrate, you dance or move your body quickly with circular movements. The woman began to gyrate to the music.

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