rotating[ roh-teyt or, esp. British, roh-teyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF rotating
Synonyms for rotating
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ROTATING
They don't fall into each other because they are rotating about each other.
A rotating brush was used to keep the belt clean at the dumping end.
And they used their rotating magnetic field, which we couldn't feel.
But of course it was himself that was rotating—boots over head.
These nebulous rings, too, became condensed into rotating balls.
The current from this exciter is fed into the rotating field by means of slip rings.
The sun represents the remainder of the great mass of rotating gas.
Another form of rotating furnace is one in which the axis is horizontal.
They are usually the result of a rotating or twisting force.
Let us compare two rotating spheres, one of them of seven times the radius of the other.