seesaw

[n] - a plaything that is ridden up and down by children at either end 2. [v] - ride on a plank 3. [v] - move up and down as if on a seesaw
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Seesaw

See'saw` noun [ Probably a reduplication of saw , to express the alternate motion to and fro, as in the act of sawing.] 1. A play among children in which they are seated upon the opposite ends of a plank which is balanced in the middle, and move alternately up and down. 2. A plank
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Seesaw

See'saw` intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Seesawad ; present participle & verbal noun Seesawing .] To move with a reciprocating motion; to move backward and forward, or upward and downward.
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Seesaw

See'saw` transitive verb To cause to move backward and forward in seesaw fashion. « He seesaws himself to and fro.» Ld. Lytton.
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Seesaw

See'saw` adjective Moving up and down, or to and fro; having a reciprocating motion.
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seesaw

teeter noun a plaything consisting of a board balanced on a fulcrum; the board is ridden up and down by children at either end
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Seesaw

• (n.) A plank or board adjusted for this play. • (n.) Same as Crossruff. • (v. t.) To cause to move backward and forward in seesaw fashion. • (n.) A vibratory or reciprocating motion. • (n.) A play among children in which they are seated upon the opposite ends of a plank which is balanced in the middle, and move alternatel
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Seesaw

[musical] Seesaw is a musical with a book by Michael Bennett, music by Cy Coleman, and lyrics by Dorothy Fields. Based on the William Gibson play Two for the Seesaw, the plot focuses on a brief affair between Jerry Ryan, a young lawyer from Nebraska, and Gittel Mosca, a kooky, streetwise dancer from the Bronx. The musical numbers evoke colo
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Seesaw

[disambiguation] This typically refers to: It may also refer to: ==Music and entertainment== ==Science== ...
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Seesaw

A see saw (also known as a teeter-totter or teeter board) is a long, narrow board pivoted in the middle so that, as one end goes up, the other goes down. ==Mechanics== Mechanically a seesaw is a lever and fulcrum. Seesaws also work as a simple example of a mechanical system with two equilibrium positions. One side is stable, while the other is uns
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SeeSaw

[Internet television] SeeSaw was an Internet television service, born out of the BBC-led Project Kangaroo and launched in the UK on 17 February 2010. It was acquired by the Criterion Media Group in July 2011 but the agreed investment never materialised. The service was shut down on 28 October 2011. At its peak the site was able to attract 2
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Seesaw

[novel] Seesaw, is a 1996 novel by English author Deborah Moggach, first published in 1996 by Heinemann and recommended in OUP`s Good Fiction Guide. ==Plot introduction== Hannah, the seventeen-year-old daughter of Morris and Val Price is kidnapped and a ransom of half a million pounds is demanded. The novel focuses on both the Price family
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