Swing

Business / Machine Shop / Swing: The dimension of a lathe determined by the maximum diameter of the work that can be rotated over the ways of the bed.

Other Words for Swing

Swing Verb Synonyms: hang, dangle, be hanged, be suspended
Swing Adverb Synonyms: sway, move or go to and fro or back and forth or backwards and forwards, come and go, wave, fluctuate, flap, oscillate, vibrate, librate, waver, wobble, waggle, zigzag, wigwag, flourish
Swing Noun Synonyms: swinging, sway, swaying, toing and froing, coming and going, waving, fluctuation, fluctuating, flapping, flap, oscillation, oscillating, vibration, vibrating, libration, waver, wavering, wobble, wobbling, waggle, waggling, zigzag, zigzagging, wigwag, wigw
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Swing Arm

Technology / Motorcycle / Swing Arm: Older motorcycles and some new motorcycles have rigid frames much like bicycles. Thus, the frame is connected directly to the rear wheel. A swing arm is a movable joint between the frame of the motorc MORE

Swingarm

Technology / Motorcycle / Swingarm: The one- or two-sided arm (often made of aluminum or steel) that connects the rear wheel to the frame and moves up and down with the rear suspension. A two-sided swingarm could be described as a pivot MORE

Armswing

Entertainment / Bowling / Armswing: The path your arm takes from your pushaway to release. See also outside in and inside out. Generally it is desirable to have your armswing in a consistent plane of movement. MORE

Swing Shot

Entertainment / Bowling / Swing Shot: The throwing of the ball from an inside position on the lane towards the gutter; i.e., I was starting on board 15 swinging to 5 at the arrows. MORE

Swing Weight

Entertainment / Golf / Swing Weight: The relative weight of a clubhead's leverage (usually measured on a scale with a 12 or 14-inch fulcrum), technically - moment of inertia, or the tendency of a body to resist angular acceleration: swin MORE

Swing Plane

Entertainment / Golf / Swing Plane: (also 'plane') most easily visualized as the plane that the shaft of the club or the clubhead's arc describes during the swing MORE

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