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Synonyms of ding. intransitive verb. 1. : to make a ringing sound : clang. 2. : to speak with tiresome reiteration. transitive verb. : to dwell on with tiresome repetition. keeps dinging it into him that the less he smokes the better Samuel Butler †1902.
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ding noun [C] (DAMAGE) US. a small damaged area on a surface where something has hit it: She had the ding in the paintwork repaired. SMART Vocabulary: related words and phrases. (Definition of ding from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
ding, (Chinese: “tripod”) Wade-Giles romanization ting, type of ancient Chinese cooking or holding vessel, usually with two handles on the rim, that is supported by three or four columnar legs. Two variations of the ding include the li-ding, which has a slight swelling of the bowl as it joins each of the legs (similar in effect to the li ), and the fang-ding, which, however illogical, is a “square tripod,” with a square or rectangular box resting on four legs.
ding meaning: 1. to make a short ringing sound like a bell 2. to damage the surface of something slightly by…. Learn more.
Police say Demrick Thomas was killed over a "door ding" on Tuesday. ABC13 obtained footage of the heated moments that led to the shots being fired.
British Dictionary definitions for ding (1 of 2) ding1. / ( dɪŋ) /. verb. to ring or cause to ring, esp with tedious repetition. (tr) another word for din 1 (def. 2) noun. an imitation or representation of the sound of a bell. Australian informal a party or social event.
To dent or nick. 2. To hit or strike: was dinged on the head by a ball. 3. Slang To shoot, especially with a gun. [From ding, to strike, beat on, pound (from Middle English dingen, probably from Old English *dingan; akin to Old English dengja, dencgan, to beat, strike, and Old Norse dengja, to hammer) and from ding .]