Ding-dong meaning

dĭngdông, -dŏng
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(slang) An empty-headed person; a fool.
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The sound of a bell being rung.
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To ring; jingle.
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To sound with a ding-dong.
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Alternative spelling of ding-dong.
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An attachment to a clock by which the quarter hours are struck upon bells of different tones.
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(informal) Closely fought.
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Alternative form of ding dong (sound made by a bell)
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(slang) A woman's breast.
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An idiot.
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(onomatopoeia, colloquial, often childish) The sound made by a bell or doorbell.
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(colloquial) A general exclamation of surprise or approval.

— "Here's a photo of my new girlfriend."

— "Ding dong!"

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(colloquial, pejorative) An idiot.

My girlfriend's math teacher is a ding dong.

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(colloquial, often humorous, euphemistic) A penis.

What do you mean booze ain't food? I'd rather chop off my ding dong than admit that!

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The peal of a bell.
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Characterized by a hammering exchange, as of blows.

A ding-dong fight.

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(informal) Carried out, as a contest or fight, with continual, successive changes in the lead or advantage; vigorously contested.
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To impress by repeating.
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Origin of ding-dong

  • Imitative

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition