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swing – Wiktionary

See also: Swing

English[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle English swyngen, from Old English swingan, from Proto-Germanic *swinganą (compare Low German swingen, German schwingen, Dutch zwingen, Swedish svinga), from Proto-Indo-European *sweng- (compare Scottish Gaelic seang (“thin”)). Related to swink.

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): / ˈswɪŋ /
  • Rhymes: – ɪŋ

Verb[edit]

swing (third-person singular simple present swings, present participle swinging, simple past swung or (archaic or dialectal) swang, past participle swung or (archaic) swungen)

Troponyms[edit]

  • (to rotate about an off-centre fixed point): pivot, swivel

Coordinate terms[edit]

  • (be executed by hanging): fry

Derived terms[edit]

Translations[edit]

to participate in swinging lifestyle

  • Dutch: aan partnerruil doenswingen

cricket : of a ball, to move sideways in its trajectory

  • Finnish: kiertyä(fi)

to change a numerical result

  • Finnish: väärentää(fi)väärentää tulos
  • French: modifier(fr)altérer(fr)

music : to produce a bouncy, uneven rhythm

  • Finnish: svengata
  • German: schwingen(de)

cricket : to make the ball move sideways in its trajectory

  • Finnish: lyödä kierre

boxing : to move one’s arm in a punching motion

  • Czech: ohnat sepf, rozmáchnout sepf
  • Finnish: heilauttaa

dancing : to turn around in a small circle with one’s partner

  • Finnish: pyöräyttää(fi)
The translations below need to be checked and inserted above into the appropriate translation tables, removing any numbers. Numbers do not necessarily match those in definitions. See instructions at Wiktionary:Entry layout § Translations.

Noun[edit]

swing (countable and uncountable, plural swings)

Quotations[edit]

  • 1937 June 11, Judy Garland, “All God’s Chillun Got Rhythm”, A day at the races, Sam Wood (director), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
    All God’s chillun got rhythm. All God’s chillun got swing.
    Maybe haven’t got money, maybe haven’t got shoes.
    All God’s chillun got rhythm for to push away their blues.

Derived terms[edit]

Translations[edit]

manner in which something is swung

  • Bulgarian: замах(bg)m (zamah), размах(bg)m (razmah)
  • Czech: švih(cs)m, zhoupnutín, švuňkm (colloquially), máchnutín
  • Finnish: heilautus(fi)swingi(golf)
  • French: balancement(fr)m
  • Icelandic: sveiflaf
  • Romanian: balans(ro)n
  • Russian: разма́х(ru)m (razmáx), зама́х(ru)m (zamáx), взма́х(ru)m (vzmáx)

hanging seat

  • Afrikaans: skoppelmaaiswaai
  • Albanian:

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  • Arabic: أُرْجُوحَةf (ʾurjūḥa)
    Hejazi Arabic: مرجيحةf (murjēḥa)
    Moroccan Arabic: زعلولةf (zaʕlūla), طياشةf (ṭiyyāša), مطيشةf (muṭṭayša), زيطةf (zīṭa), حطيشةf (ḥuṭṭayša)
  • Armenian: ճոճանակ(hy)(čočanak), ճոճ(hy)(čoč), ճլորթի(hy)(člortʿi)
  • Azerbaijani: yelləncək(az)
  • Basque: zabusg, kulunkasg
  • Belarusian: качэліf pl (kačeli), арэліf pl (areli), гушкалкаf (huškalka)
  • Bulgarian:

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  • Burmese:

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  • Catalan: gronxador(ca)m
  • Chinese:
    Cantonese: 韆鞦千秋(cin1 cau1)
    Hakka: 晃槓仔晃杠仔(kòng-kong-é)
    Mandarin: 鞦韆(zh)秋千(zh)(qiūqiān)
    Min Nan: 韆鞦千秋(zh-min-nan)(chhian-chhiu)
  • Czech: houpačka(cs)f
  • Danish: gynge(da)
  • Dutch: schommel(nl)m
  • Esperanto: pendolilo
  • Estonian: kiikkiigedpl
  • Finnish: keinu(fi)
  • French: balançoire(fr)f
  • Galician: bambánm, randeeira(gl)f
  • Georgian:

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  • German: Schaukel(de)f, Hutsche(de)f (South German, Austrian)
  • Greek: κούνια(el)f (koúnia)
    Ancient: αἰώραf (aiṓra)
  • Gujarati: સ્વિંગ(sviṅg)
  • Hebrew:

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  • Hungarian: hinta(hu)
  • Icelandic: rólaf
  • Irish: luascán(ga)
  • Italian: altalena(it)f
  • Japanese: ブランコ(buranko), 鞦韆(ja)(ぶらんこ, buranko)
  • Kannada: ಉಯ್ಯಾಲೆ(kn)(uyyāle)
  • Kazakh: әткеншек(ätkenşek)
  • Khmer:

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  • Korean: 그네(ko)(geune)
  • Kurdish:
    Central Kurdish: جۆلانە(ku)(colane)
  • Latgalian: leigačysšyupelisairisairis
  • Latin: oscillumn, cunae (for cradle)
  • Latvian: šūpoles
  • Lithuanian:

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  • Livonian: äl
  • Macedonian: лу́лашкаf (lúlaška), ни́шалкаf (níšalka)
  • Malay: buaian
  • Malayalam: ഊഞ്ഞാൽ(ml)(ūññāl)
  • Manchu: ᠴᡝᡴᡝ(ceke)
  • Mansaka: doyan
  • Maori: kautāreretārere
  • Mongolian:

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  • Norwegian:
    Bokmål: huske(no)m or f, gyngem or f, disse(no)m or f
    Nynorsk: huskef, gyngef, dissef
  • Persian: تاب(fa)(tâb)
  • Polish: huśtawka(pl)f, bujawkaf (regional), bujaczkaf (regional)
  • Portuguese: balanço(pt)baloiço(pt)m, balouçom
  • Romanian: leagăn(ro)n
  • Russian: каче́ли(ru)f pl (kačéli)
  • Serbo-Croatian: ljuljaška(sh)f
  • Sicilian: naca(scn)f
  • Slovak: hojdačka(sk)f
  • Spanish: columpio(es)m, hamaca(es)f (

    Argentina, Uruguay

    )

  • Swedish: gunga(sv)
  • Tamil: ஊஞ்சல்(ta)(ūñcal)
  • Telugu: ఉయ్యాల(te)(uyyāla), ఊయల(te)(ūyala)
  • Thai: ชิงช้า(th)(ching-cháa)
  • Tibetan: ཇིང་ཏ་ལིང་ཏ(jing ta ling ta)
  • Turkish: salıncak(tr)yellencek
  • Ukrainian: го́йдалкаf (hójdalka)
  • Vietnamese:

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  • Volapük: pendülöm(vo)
  • Welsh: siglenf
  • Yiddish: הוידלקעf (hoydlke)

dance style

  • Bulgarian: суингm (suing)
  • Czech: swing(cs)m
  • Dutch: swing(nl)m
  • Esperanto: svingo
  • Finnish: swing(fi)
  • French: swing(fr)m
  • Macedonian: свингm (sving)
  • Portuguese: swing(pt)m
  • Russian: свинг(ru)m (sving)

music style

  • Bulgarian: суингm (suing)
  • Esperanto: svingomuzikosvingo
  • Finnish: swing(fi)
  • French: swing(fr)m
  • German: Swing(de)m
  • Greek: σουίνγκn (souíngk)
  • Icelandic: sveiflaf
  • Kazakh: свинг(svïng)
  • Macedonian: свингm (sving)
  • Portuguese: swing(pt)m
  • Russian: свинг(ru)m (sving)

amount of change towards or away from

  • Finnish: heilahdus(fi)
  • French: variation(fr)f
  • Macedonian: за́мавm (zámav)
  • Russian: разма́х(ru)m (razmáx)

electoral change

  • Finnish: heilahdus(fi)
  • French: revirement(fr)m
  • Greek: μεταστροφή(el)f (metastrofí)

sideways movement of a cricket ball as it flies through the air

  • Finnish: kierre(fi)

diameter that a lathe can cut

substitute musical theater performer

  • French: doublure(fr)f
The translations below need to be checked and inserted above into the appropriate translation tables, removing any numbers. Numbers do not necessarily match those in definitions. See instructions at Wiktionary:Entry layout § Translations.

Translations to be checked

  • French: (please verify) Swing(fr)m
  • Persian: (please verify) تاب(fa)(tâb)
  • Swedish: (please verify) swing(sv)

Anagrams[edit]

Czech[edit]

Noun[edit]

swing m

  1. swing(dance)

Further reading[edit]

  • swing in Příruční slovník jazyka českého, 1935–1957
  • swing in Slovník spisovného jazyka českého, 1960–1971, 1989

French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from English swing.

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): / swiŋ /

Noun[edit]

swing m (plural swings)

  1. swing; several senses

Further reading[edit]

  • “swing”, in Trésor de la langue française informatisé[Digitized Treasury of the French Language], 2012.

Italian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from English swing.

Noun[edit]

swing m (invariable)

  1. swing (music and dance style; golf swing)

Portuguese[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from English swing.

Noun[edit]

swing m (plural swings)

  1. swing(a dance and music style)
  2. swinging(exchange of partners for sex)

Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Unadapted borrowing from English swing.

Pronunciation[edit]

Noun[edit]

swing m (plural swings)

  1. swing (dance)

Further reading[edit]

  • “swing” in Diccionario de la lengua española, Vigésima tercera edición, Real Academia Española, 2014.

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