Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Whirl"

The meaning of "Whirl" in various phrases and sentences

Q: O que significa I'll give it a whirl?
A: It means "I'll give it a try."
Q: O que significa whirl?
A: To spin around. To turn yourself rapidly.
Q: O que significa whirl of fists?
A: it is a figurative statement. I'm sorry I can't explain what it means
Q: O que significa give it a whirl ?
A: Give it a try.
Someone might say that to you as an encouragement to try something new.

Example sentences using "Whirl"

Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com render, whirl, wick.
A: The candle wick is fading fast.
I watched the clothes whirl around in the machine.
I am waiting for the video to finish rendering.

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Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com whirl.
A: Let's give it a whirl

Synonyms of "Whirl" and their differences

Q: Qual é a diferença entre whirl e swirl ?
A: They are both very similar, and I don't think anyone would notice a difference if you switched them. "The clothes swirled around in the dryer", is the same meaning as "The clothes whirled around in the dryer."

However, there are different nuances.
Whirl is used more with strong force. Whirlpool. I was whirled around by the rollercoaster.
Swirl is used more with patterns. Ice Cream Swirl. The water swirled around in the drain.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre whirl e spin ?
A: ‘Whirl’ is a rapid rotation and ‘spin’ is rotating calmly and more gentle.

ex.
“A ballet dancer spins.”

“Her hair whirls in the wind.”

You can remember the meaning of ‘whirl’ through a whirlwind being a rapid rotation of air — similar to a hurricane / tornado.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre whirl e swirl ?
A: What a great and tough question.

A whirl would likely refer to movement far from a center moment of action. "The girl whirls the ribbon around in rhythmic gymnastics."

A swirl is more self-contained. "The water swirls down the drain."
Q: Qual é a diferença entre give it a whirl e give it a try ?
A: they mean the same
Q: Qual é a diferença entre whirl e spin e rotate ?
A: they all mean the same basic thing, just with different uses

- the water whirls down the drain
- she spins in her dress
- they rotate the chair

"whirl" is typically going to be something going faster, in most uses, but it doesn't have to be.
"spin" is the most common of them.

Translations of "Whirl"

Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (RU)? whirl, whirlwind, Councillor, County Council, festivities, further, convivial, pleasantries, rumours,
broach, deliberately, generalisations, TOPPLED, opponent, entreaty, fiddle

and what toppled and fiddle mean?
A: Check the question to view the answer

Other questions about "Whirl"

Q: “I whirl around, my senses on high alert” is there any ellipsis in this sentence? There has already been a subject “I” and a predicate “whirl”, so what part of speech is “my sense on high alert”?
A: This sentence doesn't make sense.
It is confusing to us. could you share the chinese translation of this sentence? or share a clearer meaning on your question?
Q: ‎"1. I've been out on a whirl."

"2. I've been way up the road"

What do these mean? I saw these sentences in the children's book.
A: 1. It means that person has been enjoying life, doing fun things, and having a good time.

2. I'm not sure myself, but it could mean that person has experienced a lot.
Q: "1. I've been out on a whirl."

"2. I've been way up the road"

What do these mean? I saw these sentences in the children's book.
A: these both can mean "I've been everywhere" or "I've been gone for a while", by what i know :)
Q: I'll give you a whirl. soa natural?
A: I'll give it a whirl. = try something new.

I'll give you a whirl = I suppose that would mean I'll see if I can have sex with you. That is probably not what you meant to say!

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