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
moving from one place to another and back again
Moving forward and backward; back-and-forth
Involving the purchase and sale of a single security within a short period of time.
(Idiomatic) alternately forwards and backwards along a path
Having the form of a zigzag
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