来自PIE*geu, 弯，转，进一步来自PIE*sker, 弯，转，词源同ring, circle.
- gyrate (v.)
- "move in a circle or spiral," 1763 (implied in gyrated), back-formation from gyration. Related: Gyrated; gyrating.
- 1. Interest rates began to gyrate up towards 20 per cent in 1980 and then down and up again.
- 2. The woman began to gyrate to the music.
- 3. Gyrate The dancers gyrated wildly to the strong beat of the music.
[ gyrate 造句 ]