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  • n  a ringing sound
  • n  an impression in a surface (as made by a blow)
  • v  go `ding dong', like a bell

  • DECISION Ding-ding-ding! We have a winner.
  • According to Wang Ding, a researcher at the Wuhan Institute of Hydrobiology and a leading expert on the baiji, damming on the river and noise from heavy boat traffic may have .
  • Smart little computers provide mental aerobics Ding, ding, ding, ding, ding!" The sound of a fire bell, imitated flawlessly and gleefully by a high-pitched human voice, informs .
News & Articles


  • Phil Mickelson in International Herald Tribune
    I tried to hit a little 64-degree wedge and it came out and I heard it ding my club on the follow through,Mickelson said. "I didn't really feel it."
  • Donte Whitner in ABC News
    If I had to bet, I'll say he'll be back for San Diego,Whitner said. "He just had a little ding."
  • Ryan Dempster in USA Today
    Maybe we underestimated how prepared you have to be, how ready you have to be, especially in a five-game series,Dempster said. "It's like a short heavyweight bout. Ding, the bell is ringing, you've got to go."

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