Translation of yo-yo in Spanish:

yo-yo

yo-yo, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈjoʊˌjoʊ//ˈjəʊjəʊ/

noun

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    (toy)
    yo-yo masculine
    to be/go up and down like a yo-yo
    • I was up and down like a yo-yo all afternoon me pasé toda la tarde de arriba para abajo
    • the dollar has been going up and down like a yo-yo recently el dólar ha subido y bajado a lo loco últimamente
    • Because the kids will be housed in DannyMart day care, there will be no need for yo-yos, squirt guns and other toys to clutter the shelves.
    • A self-identified yo-yo fanatic, he's one of a hundred official Coca-Cola yo-yo collectors in this country.
    • It is something like the toy we call a yo-yo: you play with it and make it spin, but there is always a string attached.
    • Children's games include kite-flying, spinning tops, yo-yos, and hobbyhorses.
    • Like the yo-yo, the hula hoop, and the Mohican haircut, vehicle fads come and go.
    • It's like a yo-yo made in China with a string that breaks within 2 seconds of it being unfurled.
    • The yo-yos are pretty cool.
    • Having arthritis is like having a yo-yo for a body.
    • Teams of yo-yo experts came to Australia to demonstrate the toy in the early years and the rest is history.
    • Mitchell Wan is one of this rare breed of self-confessed yo-yo fanatics.
  • 2USinformal

    (idiot)
    memo masculine
    mema feminine
    (masculine and feminine) idiota informal

intransitive verb

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    oscilar
    fluctuar