- DIN is defined as an acronym for Deutches Institut fur Normung, which in English means German Institute for Standardization.
An example of DIN standards are the specifications used in engineering or in establishing technical uniform procedures, methods, processes, criteria, or practices.
- The definition of a din is a loud sound or clamor.
The banging coming from an open kitchen at a restaurant is an example of a din.
- Din is defined as making loud sounds.
To bang on pots and pans is an example of din.
Origin: Middle English dine ; from Old English dyne, akin to Old Norse dynr ; from Indo-European base an unverified form dhwen-, an unverified form dhun-, to sound, boom from source Sanskrit dhvani-, sound, noise, word
- to beset with a din
- to repeat insistently or noisily: to din an idea into someone's ears
- an association in Germany that sets manufacturing standards, esp. for electronic equipment and photographic film
- any of these standards or a set of such standards
Origin: D(eutsche) I(ndustrie) N(ormenausschuss)
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- To stun with deafening noise.
- To instill by wearying repetition: dinned the Latin conjugations into the students' heads.
Origin: Middle English dine, from Old English dyne.
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