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piggy in the middlenoun

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[U] (US keep away) a ​game in which two ​peoplethrow a ​ball to each other over the ​head of a ​person who ​stands between them and ​tries to ​catch it [C usually singular] someone who is in a ​difficultsituation between two other ​people who are ​arguing
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