chime


chime
1. noun
((the ringing of) a set of tuned bells: the chime of the clock.) (klokke)klang, kiming
2. verb
1) (to (cause to) ring: The church bells chimed.) kime, ringe
2) ((of a clock) to indicate the time by chiming: The clock chimed 9 o'clock.) slå, ringe
kiming
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klokkespill
I
subst. \/tʃaɪm\/ eller chimb
(snekring) lagg (på tønne)
II
subst. \/tʃaɪm\/
1) (instrument) klokkespill, klokker
2) klokkespilling, klokkeklang, melodi
3) (om vers) klang, rytme
4) (overført) harmoni, samklang, samsvar
chimes klokkeklang, melodi
III
verb \/tʃaɪm\/
1) ringe (med), slå (med), klinge, kime, lyde
the bells are chiming in the church
klokkene ringer i kirken
the clock chimed midnight
klokken slo tolv om natten
2) synge (monotont), lese (i talekor)
chime in avbryte, skyte inn, si seg enig i, samstemme
'of course', he chimed in
'selvsagt', skjøt han inn
he's always chiming in
han blander seg alltid inn i samtalen
chime in with eller chime with harmonere med, være i samsvar med, stemme overens med, passe sammen med

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