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الإنجليزية - التركية
can sesi
ağır darbe
çan sesi çıkarmak
çan sesi gibi
ding dong
zil sesi
ding dong
çan sesi
ding dong theory
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الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
The penis; a dildo, specifically a synthetic anatomical replica of the penis
onomatopoeia for the sound made by a bell with a low pitch
The currency of Vietnam, 100 xus
go `ding dong', like a bell
See table at currency. See table at currency. A penis. Dong Qichang Dong Son culture Dong Zhongshu Dong nai River Dong Thap Muoi Viet Nam Doc Lap Dong Minh Hoi
the basic unit of money in Vietnam
{i} deep ringing sound of a bell
Dong Qichang
or Tung Ch'i-ch'ang born 1555, Huating, Kiangsu province, China died 1636 Chinese painter, calligrapher, and theoretician of the late Ming period. He is noted especially for his writings on Chinese painting, which he divided into the Northern school, which taught the acquisition of truth, and the Southern school, which emphasized sudden, intuitive understanding. At the centre of the scholarly ideal of the Southern school was the art of calligraphy, which expressed the true nature of the artist without the interposition of pictorial description. Dong Qichang's own paintings stress stark forms, seemingly anomalous spatial renderings, and naive handling of ink and brush. His ideas continue to influence Chinese aesthetic theory
Dong Quai
{i} Angelica Sinensis, perennial aromatic herb used in traditional Chinese medicine to treat menstrual symptoms and irregularities and other gynecologic disorders; plant of the celery family native to China and Japan that bears a root which is used in the traditional Chinese medicine for treating menstrual symptoms and irregularities
Dong Son culture
Important prehistoric culture of mainland Southeast Asia that developed in the 1st millennium BC, best known for its bronzes. Excavations at the site of Dong Son in northern Vietnam revealed bronze objects, iron, pottery, and Chinese artifacts. The Dong Son were a seafaring people who traded throughout Southeast Asia. They are credited with making the Red River delta area a great rice-growing region. Dong Son culture, transformed by Chinese and Indian influence, became the basis of the general civilization of the region. The Dong Son homeland was taken over by the Han dynasty of China in AD 43
Dong Zhongshu
or Tung Chung-shu born 179 BC, Guangchuan, China died 104 BC, China Confucian scholar. As chief minister to Wudi of the Han dynasty, he dismissed all non-Confucian scholars from government. He established Confucianism as the empire's unifying ideology (136 BC) and set up an imperial college, instrumental in the later establishment of the Chinese civil service. As a philosopher, he made the theory of the interaction between heaven and humanity his central theme. He merged the yin-yang concept with Confucianism and believed that one of the emperor's duties was to preserve the balance of yin and yang. His Chunqiu fanlu is one of the most important philosophical works of the Han period
Dong-nai River
or Donnai River River, southern Vietnam. Rising in the central highlands, it flows southwest for about 300 mi (480 km), joining the Saigon River northeast of Ho Chi Minh City and combining with it and other streams to form an estuary north of the Mekong delta
dong quai
(Angelica senensis) - women's reproductive tonic; hormonal balancer; PMS difficulties, physical cramps, bloating, etc ; warming; digestive & circulation stimulant Found in Menopause Rx
dong quai
relieves symptoms of PMS
dong quai
An herb (Angelica sinensis) One of the most important female tonic remedies in Chinese medicine, Dong Quai is used to provide energy and regulate female hormones The main active ingredient is ligustilide which has been shown to normalize uterine contractions, improve peripheral circulation, relax blood vessels and act as a general blood tonic
dong quai
This herb is from the APIACEAE family The name is from Chinese, meaning "Ought to Return " It contains vitamins A, B12, and E as well as niacin, essential oils, coumarin, sitosterol and cadinene It is also known as the "Queen of Herbs", or "Female Ginseng" as well as Dang Gui, Toki and Tang Kwei This plant has pale green flowers, grows up to three feet high and a root which is used medicinally HISTORY: This herb is a traditional Chinese general cure-all for female problems It is one of the most commonly used medicinal herb in all Traditional Chinese Medicine INTERNAL USE: It can help abnormal menstruation, hyperacidity, dysentery, cardiovascular diseases, increases blood circulation, menstrual bleeding, PMS, vaginal dryness, stimulate female hormone system, tinnitus and the growth of ovarian cysts It has a sedative effect on the Central Nervous System and helps treat Cardiovascular Disease
ding dong
An idiot

My girlfriend's math teacher is a ding dong.

ding dong
The sound made by a bell or doorbell

Who pulled her out, little Tommy Stout. — Traditional English nursery rhyme.

ding dong
A penis
Alternative form of ding dong (sound made by a bell)
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A woman's breast
An idiot
A set-to
A fight, an argument. Citations
ding-dong ditch
A children's prank in which a doorbell of a house is rung, and then the pranksters run away before the occupants of the house open the door
ding-dong ditch
To perform this prank
ding-dong ditched
Simple past tense and past participle of ding-dong ditch
ding-dong ditches
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of ding-dong ditch
ding-dong ditches
plural form of ding-dong ditch
ding-dong ditching
Present participle of ding-dong ditch
ding dong
ringing noise of a bell; peal; (Slang) stupid person; fool; loud dispute, fight (Informal)
ding dong fight
loud fight or argument (British usage)
Ding-dong is used in writing to represent the sound made by a bell
the noise made by a bell
plural of dong
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    /ˈdôɴɢ/ /ˈdɔːŋ/

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    [ 'do[ng], 'dä[ng] ] (noun.) circa 1930. origin unknown.

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