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  2. Swing - Best of The Big Bands (1/3) - YouTube

    12K 3.8M views 11 years ago Swing music, also known as swing jazz or simply swing, is a form of jazz music that developed in the early 1930s and became a distinctive style by 1935 in the...

  3. Swing Definition & Meaning - Merriam-Webster

    1. : an act or instance of swinging : swinging movement: such as. a (1) : a stroke or blow delivered with a sweeping arm movement. a batter with a powerful swing. (2) : a sweeping or rhythmic movement of the body or a bodily part. (3) : a dance figure in which two dancers revolve with joined arms or hands.

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  5. Outdoor Swing

    Swinging in the air is a universally liked sensation and pleasure for all kids. As a playground staple, outdoor swings provide tons of fun, as well as numerous benefits for your child's wellness and development. Swinging can be a relaxing activity for children that also helps develop their motor skills and coordination.

  6. Swing | Description, Artists, & Facts | Britannica

    swing, in music, both the rhythmic impetus of jazz music and a specific jazz idiom prominent between about 1935 and the mid-1940s—years sometimes called the swing era. Swing music has a compelling momentum that results from musicians’ attacks and accenting in relation to fixed beats.

  7. Patio Swings: Porch Swings | PatioLiving

    PatioLiving has a variety of standing swings and chain-kit models. From cocoon-like hanging chairs to bench-like patio swings, we offer every swing style you can imagine. We also stock a number of different sizes for one, two, three, and four person swings (weight dependent). Discover our swing styles including: Bench; Hammock; Nest; Cocoon; Lounge; Sofa; Bed

  8. swing. ( swɪŋ) vb, swings, swinging or swung. 1. to move or cause to move rhythmically to and fro, as a free-hanging object; sway. 2. ( intr) to move, walk, etc, with a relaxed and swaying motion. 3. to pivot or cause to pivot, as on a hinge. 4. to move or cause to move in a curve: the car swung around the bend.

  9. 182 Synonyms & Antonyms of SWING - Merriam-Webster

    to deal with (something) usually skillfully or efficiently a man who's able to swing two full-time jobs Synonyms & Similar Words manipulate handle take manage address play negotiate maneuver treat field hack pull control carry out get off carry off cope (with) jockey contend (with) finesse come to grips with engineer steer grapple (with)

  10. 10 Best Baby Swings - Healthline

    Best portable baby swing: Ingenuity Portable Swing Best double duty baby swing: Graco DuetSoothe Swing and Rocker Best budget-friendly baby swing: Graco Simple Sway Swing Most...

  11. SWING | English meaning - Cambridge Dictionary

    swing verb (MOVE SIDEWAYS) [ I/T ] to move easily to one direction and then to the other from a fixed point, or to cause something to move this way: [ I ] He hung upside down and swung back and forth. [ I ] The heavy door swung open. [ T ] Campanella knew how to swing a bat. [ T ] He swung the car into the garage.