to-ing and fro-ing

Translations

to-ing and fro-ing

n (esp Brit) → Hin und Her nt

to-ing and fro-ing

[ˌtuːɪŋənˈfrəʊɪŋ] n (to-ings and fro-ings (pl)) (Brit) → andirivieni m inv
References in periodicals archive ?
In reality though, our bodies can be put through their paces during the festive rush, with all the to-ing and fro-ing and extra shopping to be done.
After the embarrassing to-ing and fro-ing that characterised the failed negotiations with the seven-strong North East Combined Authority this represents a fresh start.
Yeah there was to-ing and fro-ing, so I was in his ear all week," smiled Ward.
You're swept along in their to-ing and fro-ing no end but the stars of this production are Aunt Eller (Belinda Lang) who nails every piece of comic timing her character has to deliver as the matriarch of both the family and the town, comic peddler Gary Wilmot and Jud (Nic Greenshields).
The to-ing and fro-ing on Greece" is weighing on the euro, said Joseph Capurso, a strategist at Commonwealth Bank of Australia in Sydney.
There's a lot of to-ing and fro-ing between the US and Austria, along with overbearing heartstring-tugging music.
Third youngest Valerie, who lives in Coundon, said: "It took a whole year for the record to come through as there were so many bits of information they needed and there was a lot of to-ing and fro-ing.
The war was entering its last phase and Bill Croudace's job was at Dorman Long's Eston Jetty with its to-ing and fro-ing of craft from foreign shores, a prospect which excited a lad who was mad about boats.
She called me in after a year of to-ing and fro-ing with Barratt.
Financial markets have been gripped by the to-ing and fro-ing, and yesterday investors did not know which way to turn, with stock markets across Europe, trading flat.
But after much to-ing and fro-ing it was released in the US in November 1970.
This to-ing and fro-ing is a manifestation of the lack of a coherent strategy to combat ISIS, and should leave observers wary.