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seesawnoun [C]

us   /ˈsiˌsɔ/ also teeter-totter
a device for children’s play that consists of a board balanced at the center, with a place at each end for a child to sit on and push away from the ground with the feet, causing the other end to go down

seesawverb [I]

us   /ˈsiˌsɔ/
to change direction or move backward and forward or up and down repeatedly: The lead seesawed (= first one side was winning, then the other) throughout the game.
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Traducciones de “seesaw”
en coreano 시소…
en árabe أُرْجوحة التَّوازُن…
in Malaysian jongkang-jongket…
en francés bascule…
en ruso доска-качели…
en chino (tradicionál) 蹺蹺板…
en italiano dondolo, bilico…
en turco tahterevalli…
en polaco huśtawka…
en español subeibaja, balancín…
in Vietnamese ván bập bênh…
en portugués gangorra…
in Thai กระดานหก…
en alemán die Wippe…
en catalán gronxador basculant, balancí…
en japonés シーソー…
en chino (simplificado) 跷跷板…
in Indonesian jungkat-jungkit…
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