daisy-chain

daisy chain

noun
1.
a string of daisies linked together to form a chain.
2.
such a chain used as a garland or carried on festive days by a group of women college students.
3.
a series of interconnected or related things or events: a daisy chain of legislative delays and stalemates.
4.
Slang. a group sexual activity in which the participants serve as active and passive partners to different people simultaneously.
5.
Commerce. a series of transactions designed to create the appearance of active trading, as in a particular stock, in order to manipulate the price.

Origin:
1835–45

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daisy chain
 
n
a garland made, esp by children, by threading daisies together

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