squeaky-bum time Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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squeaky-bum timenoun [U]

informal

squeaky-bum time noun [U] (competition)

used ​humorously to refer to the ​finalstages of a ​footballcompetition when more than one ​team can ​win and ​peoplebecome very ​excited and ​nervous

squeaky-bum time noun [U] (game)

used ​humorously to refer to the ​finalstage of a ​footballgame when the ​team that is ​winning gets ​increasinglyworried that the other ​team might ​score
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