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seesaw

noun [C] uk   /ˈsiː.sɔː/  us   /-sɑː/ (US also teeter-totter)
a long board that children play on. The board is balanced on a central point so that when a child sits on each end they can make the board go up and down by pushing off the ground with their feet.

seesaw

verb [I] uk   /ˈsiː.sɔː/  us   /-sɑː/
to change repeatedly from one emotion, situation, etc. to another and then back again: His mind seesawed between hope and despair all through those weeks.
seesaw
adjective [before noun] uk   us  
The stock market's recent seesaw movements have made many investors nervous.
Traducciones de “seesaw”
en árabe أُرْجوحة التَّوازُن…
en coreano 시소…
in Malaysian jongkang-jongket…
en francés bascule…
en turco tahterevalli…
en italiano dondolo, bilico…
en chino (tradicionál) 蹺蹺板…
en ruso доска-качели…
en polaco huśtawka…
in Vietnamese ván bập bênh…
en español balancín…
en portugués gangorra…
in Thai กระดานหก…
en alemán die Wippe…
en catalán gronxador basculant, balancí…
en japonés シーソー…
in Indonesian jungkat-jungkit…
en chino (simplificado) 跷跷板…
(Definition of seesaw from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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