difference between swirl and twirl?
- 8 years agoFavorite Answer
You swirl by putting a finger , a spoon, a stick etc INTO something (e.g. a liquid, a bowl of small edible things etc)
But you twirl by holding something rigid and turning it round (a stick in your hand, a globe on a base, or even hair around your finger). Often repeatedly...Source(s): Native English speaker and linguist
- ChrisLv 58 years ago
Move in a twisting or spiraling pattern: "the smoke was swirling around him".
Spin quickly and lightly around, esp. repeatedly.
A quantity of something moving in such a pattern
An act of spinning: "Kate did a twirl".
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- 6 years ago
i have NO ******* IDEA!