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  1. Yourjones

    spin and turn around

    Hi, I am not sure which word/expression to use, or both are fine. You feel dizzy after "spinning round and round"/"turning round and round".

    If only one is right, why isn't the other? Thanks!

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    Re: spin and turn around

    They are both fine. 'Spin' means to turn quickly.

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