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ding-dong

adjective /ˈdiŋdoŋ/
(British, informal ) (of an argument, fight etc) vigorous, with first one side then the other seeming to win
reñido
There was a bit of a ding-dong going on inside the pub.
Translations of “ding-dong”
in Vietnamese gay go…
in Thai ผลัดกัน…
in Malaysian pertikaian…
in French acharné…
in German heftig…
in Indonesian pertikaian, pertandingan yang seru…
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