a trajectory that uses the gravitational field of one celestial body to alter the course of a spacecraft destined for another body.
Americanism; noun use of verb phrase
) to go somewhere to pay a visit
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They could announce it tomorrow morning and have it in full swing by the afternoon.
Then they'll swing by a bodega, buy a new novel or two or a dozen, and be on their way.
Please swing by to learn more about the importance of good mental health.
Because of the warmer-than-average weather last year, spring runoff was in full swing by the time monitoring had begun.