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what does this phrase mean?
Thanks in advance
These terms are from dancing. A twirl and a spin are very similar, but a twirl sounds feminine, and you do it on your feet.
The earth spins.
Spins and twirls both appear in rhythmic gymnastics, ice dancing and various forms of line dancing. That's why we asked for context.
The context isMake you dance do a spin and a twirl. But, thanks for the answer, I got it without the context.