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|present participle||tossing up|
|past tense||tossed up|
|past participle||tossed up|
Let's toss up to decide who drives.
Neil tossed the penny up; she called 'heads' and won.
This is the British English definition of toss up. View American English definition of toss up.
the part of the nucleus of an atom that has no electrical charge
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