swing with

swing with (someone or something)

1. To understand, agree with, or support someone or something. OK, I can swing with most of the rules you've laid out, but some of them are just silly. A: "I was thinking we could paint this room green." B: "Yeah, I can swing with that!"
2. To be able to compete or contend with someone or something. Don't worry, I think I'll be able to swing with some dusty old professor in a debate. They may be a small company, but they've proved they can swing with the biggest and best in the industry.
3. slang To engage in promiscuous sexual intercourse with someone outside of one's marriage or committed relationship. We've been swinging with couples from all over town for the past 10 years, and it has only ever made our own marriage stronger. He said that he and his wife wanted to swing with me, but I told them I wasn't into that sort of thing.
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swing with someone or something

Sl. to appreciate someone or something. Man, I can really swing with that color. Glorious! I can really swing with John. He and I are real close.
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To swing with your natural rhythm, you need to make sure your backswing is not faster than your downswing.
To hit your target, you need to finish your swing with your body facing the target.
FREEDOM: Jamie West on the swing with mum Paula, | |above, and, right, James Greenop JAMES MALONEY
You would notice that your lead arm continues through the swing with much greater extension.
As a timing mechanism, it may help the hitter coordinate his swing with the pitcher's movements.
They make a strong swing with lots of clubhead speed, splashing the club down three or four inches behind the ball and letting the ball ride out on a cushion of sand.
Developing a fundamentally sound swing with the help of a batting tee