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Would you use "to teeter" and "to swin" interchangeably? If not, what would be the main difference and the most common situations for each phrase? I'd really appreciate if you could show me some example so I can better "picture" them.

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Would you use "to teeter" and "to swin" interchangeably? If not, what would be the main difference and the most common situations for each phrase? I'd really appreciate if you could show me some example so I can better "picture" them.
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