swinging

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adjective swing·ing \ˈswiŋ-iŋ\

Definition of swinging

  1. :  being lively, exciting, and fashionable; also :  abounding in swingers and swinging entertainment a swinging coffeehouse

Examples of swinging in a sentence

  1. This music is really swinging.

Origin and Etymology of swinging

present participle of 1swing


First Known Use: 1956




SWINGING Defined for English Language Learners

swinging

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adjective swing·ing \ˈswiŋ-iŋ\

Definition of swinging for English Language Learners

  • : lively or exciting



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