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Definition of "ching" [ching]

  • A pair of small bowl-shaped finger cymbals made of thick and heavy bronze. (noun)
  • Used to represent the sound of metal or glass clinking. (interjection)
  • A ringing sound, as of metal or glass being struck. (noun)
  • Money (from the sound of a cash register ringing up an amount). (noun)
  • To chink or clink; to make a ringing sound, as of metal or glass being struck. (verb)

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Use "ching" in a sentence
  • "Smith notes, for example, that the Chinese word "ching" designates books that hold a special status in the lives of Buddhists, Taoists, and Confucians alike."
  • "Ka-ching, is what my future therapist hears when I tell that story."
  • "But that image of him asking random Chinese people to explain "ka-ching" is hilarious."
Words like "ching"
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chongqing
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pre-birth
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