Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of pong.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of pong.

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Examples

  • The expansion of Bristol's Big Chill bar has been underaken with the cool efficiency which befits its name so there should be no such pongs tonight at this refurb-celebrating second birthday party, The club now has an expanded bar on two floors, plus a great roof terrace.

    Clubs picks of the week

  • In the most wholesome sense it pongs eco, with spartan bamboo cabanas and dormitories equipped with independent renewable energy supplies, grey water recycling systems, pit-toilets that guests compost, and service roped in rubber time.

    Richard Bangs: Nic' of Time

  • Our conversation ping-pongs all over the place, from the subject of whether there will be an Easter egg at the end of the "Iron Man 2" credits, to Favreau's feelings about Twitter, to that all-important question I also posed to "Iron Man 2" screenwriter Justin Theroux: if Iron Man could fight anyone, dead or alive, who would you want to see him battle?

    Talking with Jon Favreau, director of 'Iron Man 2'

  • And I just find the notion that anyone took the time to discover that ping pongs could be shot out of there a little frightening.

    The Thailand Chronicles, part I. «

  • The movie ping-pongs in time and place — Julia among the idle rich in '50s Paris, Julie (Amy Adams) in working-class 21st-century New York — but both characters are essentially on the same path.

    Comfort Foodies

  • The music also reflected the modernity of the clothes with a soundtrack filled with acoustic pings and pongs which one guest described as "the architecture of sound".

    Joey Jalleo: Inside Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2009: Third Row at Calvin

  • Back in the 1960s, MIT's Sloan School of Management developed something called the "beer game," which -- much to the dismay of MIT students -- did not involve shot glasses, ping pongs, or even beer.

    Charles J. Brown: Obama in Europe: Systems Theory and U.S. Foreign Policy

  • Back in the 1960s, MIT's Sloan School of Management developed something called the "beer game," which -- much to the dismay of MIT students -- did not involve shot glasses, ping pongs, or even beer. ...

    Charles J. Brown: Obama in Europe: Systems Theory and U.S. Foreign Policy

  • The film ping-pongs from there, introducing new elements, straying off on tangents, yet finding resonance between the two strands of the story.

    Marshall Fine: HuffPost Review: Uncertainty

  • Had to take a couple of the critters to the vet today: Ballou, for pre-op blood work for the upcoming loss of los ping-pongs, and a career thereafter as a soprano.

    Critters

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