jingle
[ˈdʒɪŋɡ(ə)l]
NOUN
jingles (plural noun)
  1. a light ringing sound such as that made by metal objects being shaken together.
    "the jingle of a bridle"
    synonyms:
  2. a short slogan, verse, or tune designed to be easily remembered, especially as used in advertising.
    "he makes up advertising jingles"
    synonyms:
    slogan · catchline · catchphrase · ditty · song · rhyme · tune · verse ·
    chorus · refrain · limerick · piece of doggerel · tag line
  3. a bivalve mollusc with a fragile, slightly translucent shell.
VERB
jingles (third person present) · jingled (past tense) · jingled (past participle) · jingling (present participle)
  1. make or cause to make a light metallic ringing sound.
    "her bracelets were jingling" ·
    "he jingled the coins in his purse"
    synonyms:
    clink · chink · tinkle · jangle · rattle · clank · tinkle · ring · ding · ping ·
    go ting-a-ling · chime · tintinnabulate
    • (of writing) be full of alliteration or rhymes.
Origin
late Middle English: imitative.
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How to use jingle in a sentence?
he jingled the coins in his purse.
he makes up advertising jingles.
her bracelets were jingling.
the jingle of a bridle.
How to say jingle in other languages?
Laguages Translations
Arabic (NOUN)جلجل, صلصلة, الأغنية, جينجل
Bangla ঝংকার
Bosnian (Latin) Zvončići
Bulgarian (NOUN)Звънете, дрънкане
Cantonese (Traditional) 静乐县
Chinese Simplified 静乐县
Chinese Traditional 靜樂縣
Czech (NOUN)znělku
Danish (NOUN)kendingsmelodi
Estonian (NOUN)kõlksuma
Finnish (NOUN)loru, renkutus, helisi
French (NOUN)tintement, ritournelle
German (NOUN)Werbesong, Klirren
Greek (NOUN)κουδούνισμα
(ADJECTIVE)κουδουνισμάτων
Haitian Creole sonnen
Hebrew (NOUN)ג'ינגל, זמריר, ינגל
Hindi (NOUN)टनटनाहट, गीत
Hungarian (NOUN)csilingel
Italian (NOUN)tintinnio
(VERB)tintinnare
Japanese (NOUN)ジングル
Korean (NOUN)징글
Latvian (NOUN)žvadzēt
Lithuanian (NOUN)skambesys
Malay (Latin) gemerincing
Persian صدای جرنگ جرنگ
Polish (NOUN)dzwonienie
Portuguese (NOUN)tinir, apitadela
(ADJECTIVE)jingles
Querétaro Otomi tintineo
Romanian (NOUN)zdrăngăni, zornăit
Russian (NOUN)Джингл, звон, комике, звенят, колокольчики
Samoan tiligi
Serbian (Cyrillic) Јингле
Slovak (NOUN)cinkot, znelku
(ADJECTIVE)Zvučka
Spanish (NOUN)cascabeleo, tintineo
Swedish (NOUN)klirr
Tamil பாதச்சுவடுகளின்
Telugu ఝలక్
Tongan fakafaito'o
Urdu جھنکار
Welsh rigwm
Yucatec Maya tintineo
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