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ding

US [dɪŋ]
UK [dɪŋ]
  • n.(尤指造成汽车上的凹痕、划痕等的)一击;叮当;丁零
  • v.叮当(或丁零)作响;使(汽车等)轻微受损;打
  • Web空;扔;丁薇
Simple Present:dings  Present Participle:dinging  Past Tense:dinged  
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n.
1.
(尤指造成汽车上的凹痕、划痕等的)一击a blow, especially one that causes slight damage to a car, etc.
I got a ding in my rear fender.
我汽车后面的挡泥板撞瘪了一处。
2.
叮当;丁零used to represent the sound made by a bell
The lift came to a halt with a loud ‘ding’.
电梯“丁”一声停下了。
v.
1.
[i]
叮当(或丁零)作响to make a sound like a bell
The computer just dings when I press a key.
我一按键,电脑就发出丁的一声。
2.
[t]
~ sth
使(汽车等)轻微受损to cause slight damage to a car, etc.
I dinged my passenger door.
我把乘客门撞坏了一点。
3.
[t]
~ sb
to hit sb
My department got dinged by the budget cuts.
因预算缩减,我的部门受到一定的影响。

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