There are 2 definitions of bing in English:

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Pronunciation: /bɪŋ
 
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noun

chiefly Scottish
A heap, especially of metallic ore or of waste from a mine.
More example sentences
  • It must be the worst place I have ever visited - especially the scenic bauxite bings.
  • Kenny Kemp found that for Andy Mooney, the shale bings of East Lothian were just a short hop from Disney courtesy of a pair of Air Jordans.
  • There is an attractive new orchid known as Young's Helleborine found growing among the scrub on derelict pit bings.

Origin

early 16th century: from Old Norse bingr 'heap'.

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Word of the day apposite
Pronunciation: ˈapəzɪt
adjective
apt in the circumstances or relation to something

There are 2 definitions of bing in English:

bing2

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Pronunciation: /bɪŋ
 
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exclamation

Indicating a sudden action or event: then, bing, the lights went on
More example sentences
  • And so we have something that's almost like automatic speaking, speaking in tongues, connected - bing!
  • It usually accumulates into a popping sound - and when that happens - bing, you're astral baby.
  • Then bing bang boom it hit every one of the myro's that was near us.

Origin

late 19th century: (originally dialect in the sense 'sudden bang'): imitative.

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