One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘the machine turns on a pivot’
central shaft, fulcrum, axis, axle, swivel, pin, hub, spindle, hinge, pintle, kingpin, gudgeon, trunnion
2‘his financial methods became the pivot of government policy’
centre, focal point, focus, central point, hub, heart, nucleus, raison d'être, crux, keystone, cornerstone, linchpin, kingpin
1‘a large panel in the side pivots inwards’
rotate, turn, revolve, spin, swivel, twirl, whirl, wheel, oscillate
2‘the government's reaction pivoted on the response of the prime minister’
depend, hinge, turn, centre, hang, rely, rest, be contingent
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