A lively dance of the Highlanders of Scotland; also, the music to the dance; -- often called Scotch reel.
- A device, such as a cylinder, spool, or frame, that turns on an axis and is used for winding and storing rope, tape, film, or other flexible materials.
- A cylindrical device attached to a fishing rod to let out or wind up the line.
- The quantity of wire, film, or other material wound on one reel.
- A set of curved lawn-mower blades that rotate around a bar parallel to the ground, cutting grass while moving against a stationary straight blade.
- To wind on or let out from a reel.
- To recover by winding on a reel: reel in a large fish.
- reel off To recite fluently and usually at length: reeled off a long list of names and dates.
- To be thrown off balance or fall back: reeled from the sharp blow.
- To stagger, lurch, or sway, as from drunkenness: reeled down the alley.
- To go round and round in a whirling motion: gulls reeling and diving.
- To feel dizzy: My head reeled with the facts and figures.
- To cause to reel.
- A staggering, swaying, or whirling movement.
- A moderately fast dance of Scottish origin.
- The Virginia reel.
- The music for one of these dances.
- Maine A hand-held hammer used in a quarry for shaping granite blocks. See Regional Note at reeling.
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ചാഞ്ചാടുക - Chaanchaaduka | Chanchaduka ;ത്വരിതനൃത്തം - Thvarithanruththam | Thvarithanrutham ;ഫിലിംറീല് - Philimreel ;നൂലുരുള - Noolurula ;ചക്രം - Chakram ;തേങ്ങല് - Thengal ;