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bong 1

 (bŏng, bông)
A deep ringing sound, as of a bell.
v. bonged, bong·ing, bongs
To cause to sound with a deep ringing noise.
To make a deep ringing noise.


bong 2

 (bŏng, bông)
A water pipe that consists of a bottle or a vertical tube partially filled with liquid and a smaller tube ending in a bowl, used often in smoking narcotic substances.

[Thai baung.]


a deep reverberating sound, as of a large bell
vb (intr)
to make a deep reverberating sound
[C20: of imitative origin]


a type of water pipe for smoking marijuana, crack, etc
[C20: of unknown origin]


(bɒŋ, bɔŋ)
1. a dull, resonant sound, as of a bell.
2. to produce this sound.
[1855–60; imitative]


(bɒŋ, bɔŋ)

a type of hookah or water pipe for smoking marijuana or other drugs.
[1970–75; of uncertain orig.]


Past participle: bonged
Gerund: bonging

I bong
you bong
he/she/it bongs
we bong
you bong
they bong
I bonged
you bonged
he/she/it bonged
we bonged
you bonged
they bonged
Present Continuous
I am bonging
you are bonging
he/she/it is bonging
we are bonging
you are bonging
they are bonging
Present Perfect
I have bonged
you have bonged
he/she/it has bonged
we have bonged
you have bonged
they have bonged
Past Continuous
I was bonging
you were bonging
he/she/it was bonging
we were bonging
you were bonging
they were bonging
Past Perfect
I had bonged
you had bonged
he/she/it had bonged
we had bonged
you had bonged
they had bonged
I will bong
you will bong
he/she/it will bong
we will bong
you will bong
they will bong
Future Perfect
I will have bonged
you will have bonged
he/she/it will have bonged
we will have bonged
you will have bonged
they will have bonged
Future Continuous
I will be bonging
you will be bonging
he/she/it will be bonging
we will be bonging
you will be bonging
they will be bonging
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been bonging
you have been bonging
he/she/it has been bonging
we have been bonging
you have been bonging
they have been bonging
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been bonging
you will have been bonging
he/she/it will have been bonging
we will have been bonging
you will have been bonging
they will have been bonging
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been bonging
you had been bonging
he/she/it had been bonging
we had been bonging
you had been bonging
they had been bonging
I would bong
you would bong
he/she/it would bong
we would bong
you would bong
they would bong
Past Conditional
I would have bonged
you would have bonged
he/she/it would have bonged
we would have bonged
you would have bonged
they would have bonged
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.bong - a dull resonant sound as of a bell
sound - the sudden occurrence of an audible event; "the sound awakened them"
Verb1.bong - ring loudly and deeply; "the big bell bonged"
resound, reverberate, ring, echo - ring or echo with sound; "the hall resounded with laughter"


To give forth or cause to give forth a clear, resonant sound:
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