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ding-dong

noun 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 Spanish reñido…
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 Chinese (Simplified) 声音, (书面表示铃声发出的声音)叮咚…
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