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ting

 (tĭng)
n.
A single light metallic sound, as of a small bell.
intr.v. tinged (tĭngd), ting·ing, tings
To give forth a light metallic sound.

[From Middle English tingen, to cause to ring, of imitative origin.]

ting

(tɪŋ)
n
a high metallic sound such as that made by a small bell
vb
to make or cause to make such a sound
[C15: of imitative origin]

ting

(tɪŋ)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) (often capital) a variant spelling of thing2

Ting

(tɪŋ)
n
(Biography) Samuel Chao Chung. born 1936, US physicist, who discovered the J/psi particle independently of Burton Richter, with whom he shared (1976) the Nobel prize for physics

ting

(tɪŋ)

v.
n.
a tinging sound.
[1485–95; imitative]

ting


Past participle: tinged
Gerund: tinging

Imperative
ting
ting
Present
I ting
you ting
he/she/it tings
we ting
you ting
they ting
Preterite
I tinged
you tinged
he/she/it tinged
we tinged
you tinged
they tinged
Present Continuous
I am tinging
you are tinging
he/she/it is tinging
we are tinging
you are tinging
they are tinging
Present Perfect
I have tinged
you have tinged
he/she/it has tinged
we have tinged
you have tinged
they have tinged
Past Continuous
I was tinging
you were tinging
he/she/it was tinging
we were tinging
you were tinging
they were tinging
Past Perfect
I had tinged
you had tinged
he/she/it had tinged
we had tinged
you had tinged
they had tinged
Future
I will ting
you will ting
he/she/it will ting
we will ting
you will ting
they will ting
Future Perfect
I will have tinged
you will have tinged
he/she/it will have tinged
we will have tinged
you will have tinged
they will have tinged
Future Continuous
I will be tinging
you will be tinging
he/she/it will be tinging
we will be tinging
you will be tinging
they will be tinging
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been tinging
you have been tinging
he/she/it has been tinging
we have been tinging
you have been tinging
they have been tinging
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been tinging
you will have been tinging
he/she/it will have been tinging
we will have been tinging
you will have been tinging
they will have been tinging
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been tinging
you had been tinging
he/she/it had been tinging
we had been tinging
you had been tinging
they had been tinging
Conditional
I would ting
you would ting
he/she/it would ting
we would ting
you would ting
they would ting
Past Conditional
I would have tinged
you would have tinged
he/she/it would have tinged
we would have tinged
you would have tinged
they would have tinged
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.ting - a light clear metallic sound as of a small bell
sound - the sudden occurrence of an audible event; "the sound awakened them"
Verb1.ting - cause to make a ting
sound - cause to sound; "sound the bell"; "sound a certain note"
2.ting - make a light, metallic sound; go `ting'
sound, go - make a certain noise or sound; "She went `Mmmmm'"; "The gun went `bang'"
Translations

ting

vt bellläuten; to ting the bellklingeln; he tinged his knife against the glass, he tinged the glass with his knifeer schlug mit dem Messer an das Glas, dass es klirrte
vi (bell)klingen
nKlingen nt; to give the bell a (quick) ting(kurz) klingeln
References in classic literature ?
Wife.--How me tink you have great much God up there [she points up to heaven], and yet no do well, no do good ting? Can He tell?
Are your rewards and punishments den de same ting?"
Jesse bought a great many new machines for cut- ting down the cost of labor and all of the remaining acres in the strip of black fertile swamp land.
Look at me, please -- this is what I mean......Now you are get- ting it; that is the idea -- at least, it sort of approaches it......Yes, that is pretty fair.
The men got up grunting from the grass, regret- ting the soft repose.
The daylight dies: The owls are hooting, ting, ting, ting!
It is perhaps the last instance of a Pretender's adventure for a Crown that History will have to record with the usual grave moral disapproval tinged by a shamefaced regret for the departing romance.
Jay, aware that impropriety is the soul of wit, made observations in tones hardly above a whisper that might well have tinged the snowy tablecloth with a rosy hue.
This the tings said to him, but another voice in his heart was telling him that he must not fall under the sway of the past, and that one can do anything with oneself.
His skin was but faintly tinged with the copper colour that marks the red men of Mars from the other races of the dying planet--he was like them, and yet there was a subtle difference greater even than that which lay in his lighter skin and his grey eyes.
Nothing unbecoming tinged the pride; it was a natural and worthy one; but he observed it as a curiosity.
Nicholson had remarked his son's entanglement with satisfaction, tinged by humour; and his smile, if it still was a thought contemptuous, had implied consent.