[ ding-dawng, -dong ]
/ ˈdɪŋˌdɔŋ, -ˌdɒŋ /
the sound of a bell.
any similar sound of repeated strokes.
characterized by or resembling the sound of a bell.
marked by rapid alternation of retaliatory action: a ding-dong struggle.
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British Dictionary definitions for ding-dong
the sound of a bell or bells, esp two bells tuned a fourth or fifth apart
an imitation or representation of the sound of a bell
- a violent exchange of blows or words
- (as modifier)a ding-dong battle in the board room
sounding or ringing repeatedly
Word Origin for ding-dong
C16: of imitative origin; see ding 1
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