One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
no object To rotate too far, or further than is desired; (Sport) to rotate too far when performing a jump, turn, etc. Also with object: to rotate too far in the course of (a jump, etc.).
1980s; earliest use found in United Press International Newswire. From over- + rotate.
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