from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- intransitive v. To ring; clang.
- intransitive v. To speak persistently and repetitiously.
- transitive v. To cause to clang, as by striking.
- transitive v. To instill with constant repetition: dinged advice into my head.
- n. A ringing sound.
- n. Informal A small dent or nick, as in the body of a car.
- transitive v. To dent or nick.
- transitive v. To hit or strike: was dinged on the head by a ball.
- transitive v. Slang To shoot, especially with a gun.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Very minor damage, a small dent or chip.
- n. A rejection.
- v. To sound, as a bell; to ring; to clang.
- v. To hit or strike.
- v. To inflict minor damage upon, especially by hitting or striking.
- v. To fire or reject.
- v. To deduct, as points, from another, in the manner of a penalty.
- v. To mishit (a golf ball).
- v. To eliminate a speller from a spelling bee by ringing (dinging) a bell.
- n. A high-pitched sound of a bell, especially with wearisome continuance.
- v. To make high-pitched sound like a bell.
- v. To keep repeating; impress by reiteration, with reference to the monotonous striking of a bell.
- v. To level up
- n. Ancient Chinese vessel with legs and a lid; also called ting.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To dash; to throw violently.
- transitive v. To cause to sound or ring.
- intransitive v. To strike; to thump; to pound.
- intransitive v. To sound, as a bell; to ring; to clang.
- intransitive v. To talk with vehemence, importunity, or reiteration; to bluster.
- n. A thump or stroke, especially of a bell.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To strike; beat; throw or dash with violence.
- To prove too much for; beat; nonplus.
- To beat; thrash.
- To strike.
- To bluster; storm.
- To descend; fall; come down: used as in the phrase “It's dingin' on,” applied to a fall of rain or snow.
- To be defeated or overturned; yield.
- To sound, as a bell; ring, especially with wearisome continuance.
- To keep repeating; impress by reiteration: with reference to the monotonous striking of a bell.
- Same as dang.
- n. An obsolete variant of dung.Compare dingy.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. an impression in a surface (as made by a blow)
- n. a ringing sound
- v. go `ding dong', like a bell
* Ding ding ding ding* Bloo lites an red lites flashin….
By a purely electric car and * ding ding ding* you've hit the jackpot.
_Hey ding a ding_, _Bony lass upon a green_, _My bony on gave me a bek_, _By a bank az I lay_; and _two more_ he hath fair wrapt up in parchment, and bound with a whipcord! "
A soothsayer, steeped in the art of feng shui, advised the clan to invite a family named Ding to live in their midst; the word ding means "nail," and the Hus needed something to anchor their clan's roots, he said.
By the way, a savvy worker will claim 8 or more dependents so that the witholding ding is not too big.
Kelly - Let's just say she had a different definition of the word ding dong thank a choco covered snack cake.
If you have an old typewriter -- you know, the kind with a bell that goes 'ding' -- then would be interested in doing a little bartering with you.
Can’t quite imagine you doing a formal tagline like “You’ve been listening to …” but maybe just a quick “The end”, “Goodnight”, or even that little ding from the start, especially on something like this that seems to end in the middle of a sentence. miette
But as far as applying for this program, how it's going to ding your credit score, it probably is not, because the ding occurs when you're a delinquent or in default.
That hot day at the church in Fresno, when I heard I this word ding-ngin again, I remembered how innocent I once was.