to move back and forth or transfer rapidly from one locale, job, etc., to another; switch: The patient was ping-ponged from one medical specialist to another.
to go back and forth; change rapidly or regularly; shift; bounce: For ten years the foreign correspondent ping-ponged between London and Paris.
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How to use ping-pong in a sentence
Anyone with the intellect of a ping-pong ball should understand how opportunistic that whistleblowing looks.
Meanwhile, Kiev and Moscow passed the fault for the tragedy to each other, as if they were playing ping pong with the tragedy.
The ping-pong stadium was a tiny isolated bubble of bounty in the middle of a country shocked into silence.
The Chinese public had waited so long for their ping-pong Spring that they bellowed constant approval of the rout.
While other countries regarded ping pong as a sporting after-thought, the Chinese were about to make it their centerpiece.
Public gardens had special ping-pong tables to relieve the stress.
Pictures of adult ping-pong champions were blazoned in the public print; even churchmen took it up.
Doctors advised it, children cried for it, and a fashionable journal devised the correct ping-pong costume for players.
At last the people seized upon ping pong, and it became common.
One I know bears the marks of newness, since the game of ping pong has only recently come into existence.Step Lively! | George Niblo
British Dictionary definitions for Ping-Pong
trademark another name for table tennis Also called: ping pong
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