1. (act of producing yarn) 
a. el hilado (M) 
Before the invention of the spinning wheel, spinning was done on spindles.Antes de la invención de la rueca, el hilado se hacía en huso.
2. (occupation) 
Traditional spinning and weaving are important activities in Maharashtra.La hilandería y el tejido tradicionales son actividades importantes en Maharashtra.
3. (rotation) 
The stars appear to move very slowly in the sky as you watch them. This is due to the spinning of the Earth.Da la impresión que las estrellas se mueven lentamente al mirarlas. Esto se debe a la rotación de la Tierra.
4. (exercise on bycicles) 
Why don't you come to the gym with me and take a spinning class?¿No quieres venir al gimnasio conmigo a una clase de spinning?
5. (rotatory) 
a. rotatorio 
The spinning movement of the earth around an imaginary axis is termed "rotation."El movimiento rotatorio de la tierra en torno de un eje imaginario se denomina "rotación".
spinning [ˈspɪnɪŋ]
(act) hilado (m)
a neighbor did the spinning in return for a share of the wool the finer the spinning, the tighter the weave
(art) hilandería (f); arte (m) de hilar;
spinning jenny (n) máquina (f) de hilar de husos múltiples
spinning mill (n) hilandería (f)
spinning top (n) peonza (f); trompo (m)
spinning wheel (n) rueca (f) or torno (m) de hilar
masculine noun
1. (general) 
a. spinning 
Doy dos clases en el gimnasio: zumba y spinning.I teach two classes at the gym: zumba and spinning.
spinning [esˈpinin]
sesión de spinning spin session;™ spinning session;&trade
Phrases with "spinning"
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spinning top
el trompo
spinning wheel
la rueca
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