Bing


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bing

(bɪŋ)
n
dialect a heap or pile, esp of spoil from a mine
[C16: from Old Norse bingr heap]

Bing

(bɪŋ)
n
(Communications & Information) a popular search engine on the internet
vb
(Communications & Information) to search for (something on the internet) using Bing
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Bing

(bɪŋ)

n.
a variety of dark red or blackish sweet cherry. Also called Bing′ cher′ry.
[1920–25, Amer.; said to be after AhBing,Chinese horticulturist who developed it in Milwaukie, Oregon]
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Bing

 a heap or pile, particularly of metallic substances.
Examples: bing of alum, 1679; of lead ore [eight hundred-weight], 1679; of metallic ore [eight hundred-weight], 1679; of stones, 1513.
Dictionary of Collective Nouns and Group Terms. Copyright 2008 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.

Bing


Past participle: Binged
Gerund: Binging

Imperative
Bing
Bing
Present
I Bing
you Bing
he/she/it Bings
we Bing
you Bing
they Bing
Preterite
I Binged
you Binged
he/she/it Binged
we Binged
you Binged
they Binged
Present Continuous
I am Binging
you are Binging
he/she/it is Binging
we are Binging
you are Binging
they are Binging
Present Perfect
I have Binged
you have Binged
he/she/it has Binged
we have Binged
you have Binged
they have Binged
Past Continuous
I was Binging
you were Binging
he/she/it was Binging
we were Binging
you were Binging
they were Binging
Past Perfect
I had Binged
you had Binged
he/she/it had Binged
we had Binged
you had Binged
they had Binged
Future
I will Bing
you will Bing
he/she/it will Bing
we will Bing
you will Bing
they will Bing
Future Perfect
I will have Binged
you will have Binged
he/she/it will have Binged
we will have Binged
you will have Binged
they will have Binged
Future Continuous
I will be Binging
you will be Binging
he/she/it will be Binging
we will be Binging
you will be Binging
they will be Binging
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been Binging
you have been Binging
he/she/it has been Binging
we have been Binging
you have been Binging
they have been Binging
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been Binging
you will have been Binging
he/she/it will have been Binging
we will have been Binging
you will have been Binging
they will have been Binging
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been Binging
you had been Binging
he/she/it had been Binging
we had been Binging
you had been Binging
they had been Binging
Conditional
I would Bing
you would Bing
he/she/it would Bing
we would Bing
you would Bing
they would Bing
Past Conditional
I would have Binged
you would have Binged
he/she/it would have Binged
we would have Binged
you would have Binged
they would have Binged
Collins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
References in classic literature ?
"Why, at Bing's, the curio-dealer," said the other with an air of the heaviest possible stupidity.
And what's more -- if I was one of them I would see a man in Jericho before I would drop my business and come to him for the rub- bing of an old tin lamp."
But the tanner did not seem to mind it at all, for bing! went his own staff in return, giving Robin as good as he had sent.
* Be unpredictable -- Bing says that Steve Brill, Founder and CEO of Brill's Content magazine, achieves this by doing things such as writing "Have you ever considered suicide?" across the copy of a writer he has just treated to a lavish lunch.
They pleaded guilty to causing unnecessary suffering to Bing, who they had owned since he was one.
But a judge in LA ruled this week that Damian - fathered by Dr Bing's son, Steve, 54 - is a rightful beneficiary of the family trust.
The new Bing Z[TM] ENERGY line combines organic caffeine and ginseng with BING's traditionally-brewed, small-batch kombuchas.
Microsoft marketing materials referred to Bing as a "Decision Engine." Get it?
McCallum describes Bing's search service as encompassing the web, news, images, maps, shopping, and more and uses Bing's own words to explain how: "Bing automatically crawls the web to build an index of new and updated pages (or URLs) to display as a set of search results relevant to a user-initiated search or action." Bing lets users sort search results by licensing type and follows the Creative Commons Licensing schema.
On April 30, Han Bing was spotted wearing sunglasses and loading luggage into a black SUV with her mother Li Chia-fen and other family members.
If you've not seen the hit CBeebies show, based on the books by Ted Dewan and now live in a stage show for the first time, it's about a large bunny (Bing) who is looked after by Flop, who is possibly a knitted sock, or an ant.