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ding-dongnoun

uk   /ˈdɪŋ.dɒŋ/  us   /-dɑːŋ/

ding-dong noun (SOUND)

[U] used to represent the sound a bell makes

ding-dong noun (ARGUMENT)

[S] mainly UK informal a noisy argument or fight: They had a real ding-dong in the middle of the restaurant.
Translations of “ding-dong”
in Vietnamese gay go…
in Spanish reñido…
in Thai ผลัดกัน…
in Malaysian pertikaian…
in French acharné…
in German heftig…
in Chinese (Traditional) 聲音, (書面表示鈴聲發出的聲音)叮咚…
in Indonesian pertikaian, pertandingan yang seru…
in Chinese (Simplified) 声音, (书面表示铃声发出的声音)叮咚…
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