Part of speech:
A plank balanced on a support at the middle, used by children at play, who ride the ends so that when one goes up, the other comes down
Having the form of a zigzag
Involving the purchase and sale of a single security within a short period of time.
Moving forward and backward; back-and-forth
(Idiomatic) alternately forwards and backwards along a path
moving from one place to another and back again
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