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chime

noun     /tʃaɪm/
[C] a ringing sound 鐘聲,鈴聲 I was woken up by the chimes of the cathedral bells. 我被大教堂的鐘聲喚醒。 Sounds made by objects, movement or impact
[plural] a set of small bells, or objects that make ringing sounds 排鐘;(成套)編擊樂器 wind chimes 風鈴 Percussion instruments
Translations of “chime”
in Vietnamese chuông chùm…
in Spanish carrillón…
in Thai เสียงระฆัง…
in Malaysian peranggu loceng…
in French carillon…
in German das Glockenspiel…
in Indonesian denting…
in Chinese (Simplified) 钟声, 排钟, (成套)编击乐器…
(Definition of chime noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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