chime

  • 1 Chime.in — Type Private Founded Pasadena, California (2011 (2011)) Headquarters …

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  • 2 Chime — fue el primer single del grupo dance británico Orbital, presuntamente producido por menos de £1. Fue grabado en un magnetófono de casete. Se publicó originalmente en 1989 recibiendo un éxito moderado. En 1990 fue publicado por FFRR Records,… …

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  • 3 Chime — Chime, v. i. 1. To cause to sound in harmony; to play a tune, as upon a set of bells; to move or strike in harmony. [1913 Webster] And chime their sounding hammers. Dryden. [1913 Webster] 2. To utter harmoniously; to recite rhythmically. [1913… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 4 chime — ► NOUN 1) a melodious ringing sound. 2) a bell or a metal bar or tube used in a set to produce chimes when struck. ► VERB 1) (of a bell or clock) make a melodious ringing sound. 2) (chime in with) be in agreement with. 3) ( …

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  • 5 chime — chime1 [chīm] n. [ME chimbe, cimble < OFr < L cymbalum, CYMBAL] 1. a contrivance for striking a bell or set of bells 2. [usually pl.] a) a set of bells tuned to a musical scale b) a similar set of metal tubes, hung vertically and struck… …

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  • 6 Chime — Chime, v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Chimed}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Chiming}.] [See {Chime}, n.] 1. To sound in harmonious accord, as bells. [1913 Webster] 2. To be in harmony; to agree; to suit; to harmonize; to correspond; to fall in with. [1913 Webster]… …

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  • 7 Chime — (ch[imac]m), n. [OE. chimbe, prop., cymbal, OF. cymbe, cymble, in a dialectic form, chymble, F. cymbale, L. cymbalum, fr. Gr. ky mbalon. See {Cymbal}.] 1. The harmonious sound of bells, or of musical instruments. [1913 Webster] Instruments that… …

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  • 8 Chime — (ch[imac]m), n. [See {Chimb}.] See {Chine}, n., 3. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 9 chime — c.1300, from L. cymbalum (see CYMBAL (Cf. cymbal), which is what this word originally meant), perhaps through O.Fr. chimbe or directly from L. as O.E. cimbal, either one likely misinterpreted as chymbe bellen chime bells, a sense attested from… …

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  • 10 chime in — index interrupt Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 11 chime — [v] ring, peal bell, bong, boom, clang, dong, jingle, knell, sound, strike, tinkle, tintinnabulate, toll; concept 65 …

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  • 12 Chime — Contents 1 Musical instrument or tone 2 Popular culture 3 Other 4 …

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  • 13 chime in — verb break into a conversation her husband always chimes in, even when he is not involved in the conversation • Syn: ↑cut in, ↑put in, ↑butt in, ↑chisel in, ↑barge in, ↑break in • Hypernyms: ↑ …

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  • 14 chime — chime1 chimer, n. /chuym/, n., v., chimed, chiming. n. 1. an apparatus for striking a bell so as to produce a musical sound, as one at the front door of a house by which visitors announce their presence. 2. Often, chimes. a. a set of bells or of… …

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  • 15 chime — chime1 [ tʃaım ] verb intransitive or transitive to make a high ringing sound like a bell or set of bells: the clock chimes one/three/six etc. (=makes a series of sounds to show what the time is): Somewhere a clock chimed midnight. ,chime in… …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 16 chime — [[t]tʃa͟ɪm[/t]] chimes, chiming, chimed 1) VERB When a bell or a clock chimes, it makes ringing sounds. He heard the front doorbell chime. [V n] ...as the Guildhall clock chimed three o clock. [V ing] ...a mahogany chiming clock. 2) N COUNT A… …

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  • 17 chime — I UK [tʃaɪm] / US verb [intransitive/transitive] Word forms chime : present tense I/you/we/they chime he/she/it chimes present participle chiming past tense chimed past participle chimed to make a high ringing sound like a bell or set of bells… …

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  • 18 chime — I. /tʃaɪm / (say chuym) noun 1. a device for striking a bell or bells so as to produce a musical sound: a door chime; the chimes of Big Ben. 2. a set of vertical metal tubes struck with a hammer, as used in the modern orchestra. 3. the sound… …

    Australian English dictionary

  • 19 chime in — v. (D; intr.) to chime in with (to chime in with one s opinion) * * * [ tʃaɪm ɪn] (D; intr.) to chime in with (to chime in with one s opinion) …

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  • 20 chime — chime1 [tʃaım] v 1.) [I and T] if a bell or clock chimes, it makes a ringing sound, especially to tell you what time it is ▪ The clock in the hall chimed six. 2.) to be the same as something else or to have the same effect chime with ▪ Her views… …

    Dictionary of contemporary English


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