Spinner meaning

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(slang, film) Used primarily in the adult film industry, an actress or prostitute with a tiny frame, usually very thin and small-breasted.
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A fairing fitted over the hub of the propeller in some aircraft.
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One that spins.

A spinner of flax; a spinner of tall tales.

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A fishing lure that rotates rapidly.
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(games) A device consisting of a dial and an arrow that is spun to indicate the next move in some board games.
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A device for cleaning lettuce and other vegetables, consisting of a perforated bowl or container that can be spun to drive off rinse water.
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A person or thing that spins.
  • A fishing lure with attached blades that revolve or flutter when drawn through the water; also, any of these blades.
  • A domelike cap that fits over the hub of an airplane propeller and rotates with it.
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Agent noun of spin; someone or something who spins.
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A conical cover at the center of some aircraft propellers.
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(computing, graphical user interface) An input control for entering a number, with accompanying arrowed buttons that increase or decrease the value.
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(cricket) A spin bowler.
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(fishing) A type of lure consisting of wire, a rotating blade, a weighted body, and one or more hooks.
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An ornamental hubcap that spins independently of the wheel.
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Origin of spinner

  • spin + -er.

    From Wiktionary