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    #1

    swing something

    " I have only one invitation to the club. I'll try to swing it so my wife can come with me." Does it mean to make arrangements?

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    "I had been watching TV. When I heard the news it realy swung my mood."

    In this context it means "to change"?
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    Re: swing something

    Correct on both counts.

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