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Swing for the fences

swing both ways


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  • Swinging

    adjective, superlative swingingest. 1. characterized by or capable of swinging, being swung, or causing to swing. 2. intended for swinging upon, by, from, or in: the swinging devices in a playground. 3. Slang. excellent; first-rate. 4. Slang. lively, active, and modern; hip. 5. Slang. free and uninhibited sexually: a swinging bachelor. exchanging spouses for sex: […]

  • Swinging-door

    noun 1. a door that swings open on being pushed or pulled from either side and then swings closed by itself.

  • Swinging voter

    noun 1. (Austral & NZ, informal) a person who does not vote consistently for any single political party Also called (esp in Britain) floating voter

  • Swing into action

    Energetically start doing something, as in Come on, let’s swing into action before the others arrive. This idiom uses swing in the sense of “move vigorously.”

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