(also US trademark Ping-Pong)
noun[mass noun] informal
- Abandoning ping-pong, Andrew became a sports agent and adopted Campbell as his client, or perhaps it was the other way round.
- The local game of road tennis is a cross between ping-pong and lawn tennis.
- We weren't any good at basketball and there were too many of us for racquetball or ping-pong.
Early 20th century: imitative of the sound of a bat striking a ball.
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