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ding definition

  • verb-intransitive:
    • To band; clang.
    • To talk persistently and repetitiously.
    • To strike; to thump; to pound.
    • To sound, as a bell; to band; to clang.
    • To talk to vehemence, importunity, or reiteration; to bluster.
    • To ring; clang.
    • To speak persistently and repetitiously.
    • To strike; to thump; to pound.
    • To sound, as a bell; to band; to clang.
    • To talk with vehemence, importunity, or reiteration; to bluster.
  • verb-transitive:
    • resulting in to clang, as by striking.
    • To instill with continual repetition: dinged advice into my head.
    • To dent or nick.
    • going to or hit: ended up being dinged in the mind by a ball.
    • Slang To shoot, specifically with a gun.
    • To dash; to put violently.
    • resulting in to sound or ring.
    • resulting in to clang, as by striking.
    • To instill with continual repetition: dinged advice into my mind.
    • To dent or nick.
    • To hit or hit: was dinged on the head by a ball.
    • Slang To take, particularly with a gun.
    • To dash; to put violently.
    • resulting in to sound or ring.
  • noun:
    • A ringing noise.
    • casual a tiny dent or nick, as in the body of an automobile.
    • Very minor damage, a little dent or chip.
    • A rejection.
    • A high-pitched noise of a bell, especially with wearisome continuance.
    • Ancient Chinese vessel with feet and a lid; also referred to as ting.
    • A thump or stroke, especially of a bell.
    • An obsolete variation of dung.Compare dingy.
    • the feeling in a surface (as made by a blow)
    • a ringing noise
    • A ringing noise.
    • Informal a little dent or nick, such as your body of a motor vehicle.
    • really small damage, a little dent or chip.
    • A rejection.
    • A high-pitched noise of a bell, specifically with wearisome continuance.
    • Ancient Chinese vessel with feet and a lid; also known as ting.
    • A thump or swing, specifically of a bell.
    • An obsolete variant of dung.Compare dingy.
    • an impact in a surface (as created by a blow)
    • a ringing sound
  • verb:
    • To sound, as a bell; to ring; to clang.
    • going to or hit.
    • To cause minor damage upon, specifically by hitting or hitting.
    • To fire or decline.
    • To subtract, as things, from another, in the manner of a penalty.
    • To mishit (a golf ball).
    • to eradicate a speller from a spelling bee by ringing (dinging) a bell.
    • To make high-pitched appear to be a bell.
    • to help keep saying; impress by reiteration, with regards to the monotonous striking of a bell.
    • To amount up
    • go `ding dong', like a bell
    • To seem, as a bell; to band; to clang.
    • To hit or hit.
    • To cause minor harm upon, specially by hitting or striking.
    • To fire or reject.
    • To subtract, as points, from another, in how of a penalty.
    • To mishit (a golf basketball).
    • to remove a speller from a spelling bee by ringing (dinging) a bell.
    • To make high-pitched sound like a bell.
    • maintain repeating; impress by reiteration, with reference to the monotonous striking of a bell.
    • To level up
    • go `ding dong', like a bell
  • others:
    • To strike; beat; throw or dash with physical violence.
    • To prove way too much for; beat; nonplus.
    • to conquer; thrash.
    • To hit.
    • To bluster; violent storm.
    • To descend; fall; come-down: used such as the term “It's dingin' on,” placed on a fall of rainfall or snow.
    • To be beaten or overturned; yield.
    • To sound, as a bell; band, especially with wearisome continuance.
    • To keep repeating; impress by reiteration: with regards to the monotonous striking of a bell.
    • identical to dang.
    • To hit; beat; throw or dash with violence.
    • to show excessively for; beat; nonplus.
    • To beat; thrash.
    • To hit.
    • To bluster; violent storm.
    • To descend; autumn; come down: made use of like in the expression “It's dingin' on,” placed on a fall of rainfall or snow.
    • is defeated or overturned; yield.
    • To seem, as a bell; ring, specially with wearisome continuance.
    • To keep saying; impress by reiteration: with regards to the monotonous striking of a bell.
    • identical to dang.
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