n. gungbräde; pendling
v. gunga, pendla; gå upp och ner; vackla
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['si:so:] 1. noun
(a long flat piece of wood, metal etc, balanced on a central support so that one end of it goes up as the other goes down: The boy fell off the seesaw in the park.) gungbräda
2. verb
(to move up and down like a seesaw: The boat seesawed on the crest of the wave.) gunga upp och ner

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