Detailed Translations for swing from English to Spanish


swing [the ~] noun

  1. the swing
    el columpio
  2. the swing (fluctuation; sway; oscillation; swinging; nutation)
    el movimiento oscilatorio; el balanceo; la oscilación; el bandazo

to swing verb (swings, swung, swinging)

  1. to swing (turn; veer)
  2. to swing (sway; cradle; rock; roll)
  3. to swing (dangle; oscillate; swing to and fro; rock)
  4. to swing (dangle)

Conjugations for swing:

  1. swing
  2. swing
  3. swings
  4. swing
  5. swing
  6. swing
simple past
  1. swung
  2. swung
  3. swung
  4. swung
  5. swung
  6. swung
present perfect
  1. have swung
  2. have swung
  3. has swung
  4. have swung
  5. have swung
  6. have swung
past continuous
  1. was swinging
  2. were swinging
  3. was swinging
  4. were swinging
  5. were swinging
  6. were swinging
  1. shall swing
  2. will swing
  3. will swing
  4. shall swing
  5. will swing
  6. will swing
continuous present
  1. am swinging
  2. are swinging
  3. is swinging
  4. are swinging
  5. are swinging
  6. are swinging
  1. be swung
  2. be swung
  3. be swung
  4. be swung
  5. be swung
  6. be swung
  1. swing!
  2. let's swing!
  3. swung
  4. swinging
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for swing:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
apartar averting; lay by; turning away
balanceo fluctuation; nutation; oscillation; sway; swing; swinging oscillation; sea; swell; swinging
bandazo fluctuation; nutation; oscillation; sway; swing; swinging heel; list
columpio swing
girar swinging rounds; turnabouts; turnarounds; turning
movimiento oscilatorio fluctuation; nutation; oscillation; sway; swing; swinging
oscilación fluctuation; nutation; oscillation; sway; swing; swinging fluctuation; oscillating movement; oscillation
regresar comebacks; returns
- baseball swing; cut; golf shot; golf stroke; jive; lilt; swing music; swinging; vacillation
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
apartar swing; turn; veer accomodate someone; avert; board; dissociate from; divert; fend off; get undone; isolate; keep off; lay aside; lay off; lodge; offer someone lodges; parry; pass the buck; place; place apart; pull out; push off; put apart; put away; save; seclude; send; separate; set apart; shelter; shift onto; station; store; turn away; unpick; untie
balancear dangle; swing balance; dangle; falter; fluctuate; stagger; sway; vary
balancearse cradle; dangle; oscillate; rock; roll; sway; swing; swing to and fro falter; fluctuate; glide; heave; roll; skid; skim; slide; slip; slip up; slither; stagger; sway; vary; whirl; wobble
dar swing; turn; veer administer; allocate; allot; allow; assign; bestow; bestow on; confer; delate; deliver; deliver up; dispense; distribute; donate; extend; furnish; give; give a present; give along with; give to; grant; hand; hand out; hand over; hand over to; hear; inflict; interpellate; interrogate; offer; pass; pay out; pour in; present with; provide; question; ration; remit; send along with; send with; subsidise; subsidize; supply
girar swing; turn; veer pay by Giro; revolve; roll; roll away; rotate; spin; spin round; swing around; swirl; transfer by giro; turn; turn off; twirl; twist; whirl
hacer eses dangle; oscillate; rock; swing; swing to and fro fling about; heave; roll; swap; sway; switch; swop; whirl; wobble
hacer girar swing; turn; veer revolve; spin; spin round; swirl; turn; twirl; whirl
oscilar dangle; oscillate; rock; swing; swing to and fro blaze; flame; fling about; glide; heave; oscillate; roll; skid; skim; slide; slip; slip up; slither; sway; whirl; wobble
regresar swing; turn; veer backpedal; backtrack; come back; decline; dismiss; drive back; drop; go back; regress; return; ride back; turn around; waining
rodar swing; turn; veer control; examine; film; inspect; roam; roam around; roll through; rove; shoot; spin; spin round; survey; swirl; taxi; turn; twirl; view; wander about; whirl
tambalear dangle; oscillate; rock; swing; swing to and fro falter; fluctuate; stagger; sway; vary; waddle
tornar swing; turn; veer go back; return; revolve; roll; rotate; swing around; turn; turn around; twist; whirl
- dangle; drop; get around; sway; sweep; swing out; swing over
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- brandish
ModifierRelated TranslationsOther Translations
balanceo changing; drifting; fluctuating; swinging; unstable; unsteady; wobbling

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Related Definitions for "swing":

  1. changing location by moving back and forth1
  2. a square dance figure; a pair of dancers join hands and dance around a point between them1
  3. in baseball; a batter's attempt to hit a pitched ball1
  4. the act of swinging a golf club at a golf ball and (usually) hitting it1
  5. a sweeping blow or stroke1
    • he took a wild swing at my head1
  6. mechanical device used as a plaything to support someone swinging back and forth1
  7. a jaunty rhythm in music1
  8. a style of jazz played by big bands popular in the 1930s; flowing rhythms but less complex than later styles of jazz1
  9. a state of steady vigorous action that is characteristic of an activity1
    • the party went with a swing1
    • it took time to get into the swing of things1
  10. alternate dramatically between high and low values1
    • his mood swings1
    • the market is swinging up and down1
  11. hit or aim at with a sweeping arm movement1
    • The soccer player began to swing at the referee1
  12. engage freely in promiscuous sex, often with the husband or wife of one's friends1
    • There were many swinging couples in the 1960's1
  13. make a big sweeping gesture or movement1
  14. play with a subtle and intuitively felt sense of rhythm1
  15. move or walk in a swinging or swaying manner1
    • He swung back1
  16. change direction with a swinging motion; turn1
    • swing back1
    • swing forward1
  17. move in a curve or arc, usually with the intent of hitting1
    • He swung his left fist1
    • swing a bat1
  18. be a social swinger; socialize a lot1
  19. influence decisively1
    • This action swung many votes over to his side1
  20. live in a lively, modern, and relaxed style1
    • The Woodstock generation attempted to swing freely1
  21. hang freely1
  22. have a certain musical rhythm1
    • The music has to swing1

Wiktionary Translations for swing:

  1. to ride on a swing
  1. hanging seat

Cross Translation:
swing oscilar slingeren — (ergatief)
swing columpio Schaukel — ein Gerät, um sich um einen Drehpunkt auf und ab oder vor und zurück zu bewegen
swing columpiarse hutschenintransitiv, bayrisch und österreichisch, umgangssprachlich: hin und her schwingen, schaukeln
swing oscilar; vacilar pendeln — hin- und herschwingen wie ein Pendel
swing balancear; columpiarse; balancearse; columpiar schaukeln — sich auf und ab oder hin und her bewegen
swing perturbar; sacudir agiter — Traductions à trier suivant le sens
swing balancear; columpiar; chivar balancertenir en équilibre.
swing péndola; balancín balancierpièce qui a un mouvement d’oscillation et qui sert à régler le mouvement général de toutes les pièces d’une machine.
swing columpio balançoire — Escarpolette.
swing péndulo pendulecorps pesant, mobile autour d’un axe horizontal.

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