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|present participle||spiraling or spiralling|
|past tense||spiraled or spiralled|
|past participle||spiraled or spiralled|
Her fears began to spiral again.
The economic crisis could spiral into a political disaster.
Crime has begun to spiral out of control in the capital.
The news sent stock prices spiraling down to a five-year low.
spiraling wages and costs
This is the American English definition of spiral. View British English definition of spiral.
the difference between how much money you get when you sell something and how much it costs you...