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Definición de “squeaky-bum time” en inglés

squeaky-bum timenoun [U]

informal

squeaky-bum time noun [U] (competition)

used humorously to refer to the final stages of a football competition when more than one team can win and people become very excited and nervous

squeaky-bum time noun [U] (game)

used humorously to refer to the final stage of a football game when the team that is winning gets increasingly worried that the other team might score
(Definition of squeaky-bum time from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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