ting-a-ling Meaning in Cambridge English Dictionary
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ting-a-lingexclamation

uk   us   /ˌtɪŋ.əˈlɪŋ/ (also ding-a-ling,  us   /ˌdɪŋ.əˈlɪŋ/ uk   )
said, especially by children, to represent the sound of a bell
Translations of “ting-a-ling”
in Chinese (Traditional) 丁零零(擬鈴鐺聲,尤為兒語)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 丁零零(拟铃铛声,尤为儿语)…
(Definition of ting-a-ling from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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