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1din

noun \ˈdin\

: a loud, confusing mixture of noises that lasts for a long time

Full Definition of DIN

1
:  a loud continued noise; especially :  a welter of discordant sounds
2
:  a situation or condition resembling a din

Examples of DIN

  1. It was hard to hear anything above the din in the restaurant.
  2. <there's always a great din from the cafeteria during lunch>

Origin of DIN

Middle English, from Old English dyne; akin to Old Norse dynr din, Sanskrit dhvanati it roars
First Known Use: before 12th century

Rhymes with DIN

2din

verb
dinneddin·ning

Definition of DIN

intransitive verb
:  to make a loud noise
transitive verb
1
:  to assail with loud continued noise
2
:  to impress by insistent repetition —often used with into <lessons dinned into us as children>

Examples of DIN

  1. <safety lessons dinned into us over and over>

First Known Use of DIN

before 12th century

3din

abbreviation

Definition of DIN

dinar

DIN

abbreviation

Definition of DIN

German Industrial Standards

Origin of DIN

German Deutsche Industrie-Normen

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