noun British Dialect.
- binet, alfred,
- binet-simon scale,
- bing xin,
- bing, rudolf,
- binge drinking,
- binge eating
Origin of bing1
verb (used without object) Obsolete.
Origin of bing2
Origin of Bing2
Examples from the Web for bing
I remember my sister being mindblown that Bing Crosby and David Bowie were singing “The Little Drummer Boy” together.How Questlove Is Bringing Music Back to Television|Kevin Fallon|July 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The stars kept coming: Bing Crosby, Gary Cooper, Merle Oberon.
Die Hard ends with John McClane reunited with his wife in the back of a limo while Bing Crosby sings “Let It Snow.”Seriously, ‘Die Hard’ Was a Novel Before It Was a Movie and a Good One|Malcolm Jones|December 22, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The “Bing It On” challenge gave Bing the attention it was seeking.
Recently, Twitter unveiled a translation tool that uses Bing and splashes a “Bing translator” label.
Mr. Bing's retreat was not, however, quite swift enough to save him.
"But I'm really hoping to do something for you," Mr. Bing assured him.
"I shall want no dinner and Mr. Bing is dining in Hazelmead," she whispered.
"But, Susan, we all made an agreement for a year," said Mrs. Bing.
Harriet, who lived in a flat on the upper west side, was Mr. Bing's sister.
Word Origin for bing
"heap or pile," 1510s, from Old Norse bingr "heap." Also used from early 14c. as a word for bin, perhaps from notion of "place where things are piled."