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seesaw

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1seesaw/ˈsiːˌsɑː/noun
pluralseesaws
1seesaw
/ˈsiːˌsɑː/
noun
pluralseesaws
Learner's definition of SEESAW  
[count] : a long, flat board that is balanced in the middle so that when one end goes up the other end goes down
◊ Children play on a seesaw by sitting on each of its ends and moving each other up and down by pushing off the ground with their feet.
— see picture at playground
— called also "US"teeter-totter
[singular] : a situation in which something keeps changing from one state to another and back again— often used before another noun
2seesaw/ˈsiːˌsɑː/verb
seesawsseesawedseesawing
2seesaw
/ˈsiːˌsɑː/
verb
seesawsseesawedseesawing
Learner's definition of SEESAW  
[no object]
: to keep changing from one state or condition to another and then back again
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