His successors will face the arduous task of fleshing out the content of this “pivot.”
The Tea Party movement is having growing pains as it tries to pivot from protest to political leadership.
The president said he wanted to “pivot to Asia,” and he may be called upon to do that sooner than he expects.
But he almost had to do that so he could pivot to the campaign again.
This is the perfect time for Romney to pivot back to the economy.
Then she turned on her heel all of one piece, like a statue on a pivot, and went homewards.
Indirectly, he was the pivot on which the course of Dudgeon's life turned from the normal.
It was mounted on a swivel or pivot, which we had the means of firmly fixing to the deck.
A sort of gallery in ancient ships, which turned on a pivot.
The communication of the magnetic power to steel and suspending it on a pivot, is undoubtedly an European invention.
1610s, from French pivot, from Old French pivot "hinge pin, pivot" (12c.), also "penis," of uncertain origin. Figurative sense of "central point" is recorded from 1813.
by 1841, from French pivoter and from pivot (n). Related: Pivoted; pivoting.