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1ping–pong

verb \ˈpiŋ-ˌpäŋ, -ˌpŋ\

Definition of PING-PONG

:  shift, bounce

First Known Use of PING-PONG

1952

2ping–pong

noun

Definition of PING-PONG

:  something resembling a game of table tennis; especially :  a series of usually verbal exchanges between two parties <a ping–pong of absurdist dialogue — Lawrence O'Toole>

First Known Use of PING-PONG

1934

Ping–Pong

trademark \ˈpiŋ-ˌpäŋ, -ˌpŋ\

—used for table tennis

Full Definition of PING-PONG

—used for table tennis

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