toing

Translations

toing

[ˈtuːɪŋ] N toing and froingir y venir m, idas y vueltas fpl
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Tenders are invited for Supply of toing vehicle for PCMC Parbhani
The best toing for a young woman is just to develop her personality and want to stand on her own two feet and go, 'Balls to boys"' TV's Anita Rani, a contestant on Strictly Come Dancing.
Months of consultation, civil servants poring over figures, and political toing and froing could end up being for nothing if any of the other parties get their hands on the Minister's chair in the chamber.
Gone was the intricate and confusing toing and fro-ing to be replaced by straightforward considered options which whilst not visually distracting were nonetheless highly effective.
A little more email toing and froing and I have since been invited for coffee with the hotel's GM to discuss the matter (I guess they've twigged my job title).
Barry has a family in Ireland but he has been toing and froing between England and Ireland for a number of years.
I am, of course, referring to Adam Jones' surprise retirement and the endless toing and froing we've had to put up with since.
Until Gomis' late intervention this looked like a match which was destined to finish goalless after plenty of toing and froing without either keeper being particularly stretched.
And if it wasn't for the heroics of Mark Schwarzer the net would have been troubled even more in this end to end clash that never stopped toing and froing from the minute the referee got the game underway.
Dubai: After months of political deadlock, and toing and froing, Afghanistan's new President Ashraf Gani announced the candidates selected to make up his new cabinet.