gong

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To make the sound of a gong; to ring a gong
A percussion instrument consisting of a metal disk that emits a sonorous sound when struck with a soft hammer
A medal or award
a percussion instrument consisting of a metal plate that is struck with a soft-headed drumstick
(gong) - "cultivation energy "
A tempered metal wire or blade which generates a tone when struck by a hammer At one end, it is attached to the movement and the remaining length is freely suspended in a curve around the bridges Sometimes called bell
literally means orchestra eg Gong Peliatan means the orchestra from Peliatan village; but also gong in the English sense
{i} percussion instrument of Asian origin which resembles a shallow metal bowl; deep resonant sound of gong
{f} strike a gong (type of Asian percussion instrument)
(gong) 1 Cultivation energy; 2 practice that cultivates such energy
A gong is a large circular metal plate usually suspended from a frame to assist with resonation of its sound In orchestra, its called tam-tam but the gong's only difference is having a convex circular nucleus or raised central boss in the plate's middle
a percussion instrument consisting of vertical metal tubes of different lengths that are struck with a hammer
An Ju (Chinese) - Public Security Bureau (PSB); local-level police force Tibetan: sbyi sde chu (Chi de chu) The regional-level department of the PSB is referred to in Chinese as the Gong An Ting (Tibetan: sbyi sde thing), and the national-level ministry of the PSB is called the Gong An Bu
n [{One of the many Indonesian words permeating the English language }] gong
A privy or jakes
An instrument, first used in the East, made of an alloy of copper and tin, shaped like a disk with upturned rim, and producing, when struck, a harsh and resounding noise
"Work " A practice or exercise used in Kung Fu to develop a skill or "power " There are many kinds of gongs, both internal (neigong) and external (waigong), leading to many different kinds of skills or powers
A gong is a large, flat, circular piece of metal that you hit with a hammer to make a sound like a loud bell. Gongs are sometimes used as musical instruments, or to give a signal that it is time to do something. On the stroke of seven, a gong summons guests into the dining-room
sound a gong
Work A practice or exercise used in Kung Fu to develop a skill or power There are many kinds of gongs, both internal (neigong) and external (waigong), leading to many different kinds of skills or powers
Gamelan orchestra
A flat saucerlike bell, rung by striking it with a small hammer which is connected with it by various mechanical devices; a stationary bell, used to sound calls or alarms; called also gong bell
This is a percussion instrument, generally of indefinite pitch, but sometimes of definite pitch It takes the form of metal disc, which is truck with a hammer or stick Originally from Asia, the gong has been played in Western orchestras since the 18th-century
a percussion instrument consisting of a metal plate that is struck with a soft-headed drumstick sound a gong
Percussion instrument consisting of a broad circular disk of metal, suspended in a frame and struck with a heavy drumstick Also tam-tam
Camembert Electrique / Camembert Electtrico
A round metal plate of bronze or brass with turned drumlike edge, with or without a raised center (boss) and struck with a knobbed wooden mallet The gong may be suspended either vertically or horizontally, and its side can range from a shallow lip to one of several inches, resembling an inverted cauldron Its resonance is greatest at the center and least at the lip
gong show
An event that was a disaster, often in a way that is fun or memorable. (e.g. "Last night, we all went drinking, and the whole thing turned into a total gong show.") Or, an initially serious event that went completely out of control (e.g. "That biology class was a gong show")
gong fu
Meaning skill and patience The style of brewing tea with a high proportion of leaf to water and repeated short infusions
gong fu
something that takes energy and time
gong fu
meaning performed with care, this typically refers to a style of brewing with many repeated short infusions
Falun Gong
A spiritual practice founded in China by Li Hongzhi (李洪志) in 1992
A gong
tamtam
Falun Gong
{i} Falun Dafa, traditional Chinese spiritual discipline for mind and body founded and introduced to the public by Li Hongzhi on May 13th 1992, practice of mind-body cultivation that combines healthy exercises with meditation for the purpose of a better health and inner peace
Falun Gong
or Falun Dafa Controversial spiritual movement combining healthful exercises with meditation for the purpose of "moving to higher levels. " Its teachings draw from Buddhism, Confucianism, Daoism, and the Western New Age movement. It was founded in China in 1992 by Li Hongzhi, a former grain-bureau clerk from Jilin province. He originally registered it as a form of the natural-healing discipline qigong, but he later withdrew it from China's Qigong Research Association to stress its spiritual (rather than health-related) emphasis. Its members nevertheless claim great health benefits from its practice. It claims a worldwide following of 100 million, with 70 million in China; Chinese authorities claim it has as few as 2 or 3 million members. The movement has been regarded as a threat by the Chinese government, which started arresting its followers in mid-1999. Many Falun Gong members were later tried and given long prison sentences. Li emigrated to the U.S. in 1998
falun gong
a spiritual movement that began in China in the latter half of the 20th century and is based on Buddhist and Taoist teachings and practices
gongs
Third person of to gong
gongs
Plural of gong
ignore the gong
not pay attention to the ringing of the bell
التركية - الإنجليزية
time signal
gong
gong çalmak
toll
gong
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