gyration gyration  /dʒaɪ ˈreɪ ʃən/


  1. (n) a single complete turn (axial or orbital)
  2. (n) the act of rotating in a circle or spiral



  1. Elvis Presley, the performer, was all about sex it may have only been the suggestion of sex, but it was there all the same, in the sneer, the gyration, the raised eyebrow.
  2. Its first week in gyration produced no public defections of bigwig Reds, no convincing evidence of mass withdrawals even among its Jewish members.
  3. To a host of informed speculators, this gyration was no mystery but a great relief, because the man who sent the bonds soaring could just as easily have sent them plunging.


  • Forget The Fed: For Small Business And Consumers, Rising Rates Are All Relative

    In this environment where the 24-hour news cycle continually reports on every last gyration in interest rates, small business owners have no choice but to be focused on the conversation. What's important however is to focus on the relative nature of interest rates as opposed to the absolute number or the rate du jour..
    on June 21, 2013     Source: Forbes


  1. "I think the Gyration product was pretty niche," Enderle said, adding that he thinks Logitech's MX Air mouse is much easier to use and could really "mainstream the 3D mouse market."
    on Jul 13, 2007 By: Rob Enderle Source: NewsFactor Network

  2. "We're not really sure," DeWitt said. "We still have the opportunity to see what it's like when we get through this market gyration and if it doesn't really tank. I think we'll be fine. ...... But if it continues to go south, you have to look...
    on Oct 24, 2008 By: Bill DeWitt Source: Trading Markets (press release)

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