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"gong" in British English

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gongnoun [C]

uk   /ɡɒŋ/  us   /ɡɑːŋ/
(Definition of gong from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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gongnoun [C]

 us   /ɡɑŋ, ɡɔŋ/
a ​piece of ​metalhanging from a ​frame which is ​hit with a ​stick to ​produce a ​hollow, ​ringingsound: a ​dinner gong
(Definition of gong from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “gong”
in Spanish gong…
in Vietnamese cái chiêng, cồng…
in Malaysian gong…
in Thai ฆ้อง…
in French gong…
in German der Gong…
in Chinese (Simplified) (通常是作为乐器但有时作发信号用的)锣, 奖章, 勋章…
in Turkish gong…
in Russian гонг…
in Indonesian gong…
in Chinese (Traditional) (通常是作為樂器但有時作發信號用的)鑼, 獎章, 勳章…
in Polish gong…
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