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-ing1 British & World English

Denoting a verbal action, an instance of this, or its result

-ing2 British & World English

Forming the present participle of verbs

-ing3 British & World English

(Used especially in names of coins and fractional parts) a thing belonging to or having the quality of

-ing form British & World English

The form of an English verb ending in -ing, which can function as a noun, as an adjective, and in the formation of progressive tenses

Teng Hsiao-p'ing British & World English

Variant of Deng Xiaoping.

cc'ing in cc British & World English

Send a copy of an email to (a third party)

DJ'ing in DJ1 British & World English

Play recorded music on radio or at a club or party

ID'ing in ID British & World English

Establish the identity of

KO'ing in KO2 British & World English

Knock (an opponent) out in a boxing match

OD'ing in OD2 British & World English

Take an overdose of a drug

Qing British & World English

A dynasty established by the Manchus that ruled China 1644–1911. Its overthrow in 1911 by Sun Yat-sen and his supporters ended imperial rule in China

Ch'ing in Qing British & World English

A dynasty established by the Manchus that ruled China 1644–1911. Its overthrow in 1911 by Sun Yat-sen and his supporters ended imperial rule in China

TP'ing in TP British & World English

Cover (trees, buildings, etc.) with toilet paper as a prank

TP British & World English

Cover (trees, buildings, etc.) with toilet paper as a prank

repo'ing in repo British & World English

Repossess (a car or other item) when a buyer defaults on payments

Deng Xiaoping British & World English

(1904–97), Chinese communist statesman, Vice-Premier 1973-6 and 1977–80; Vice Chairman of the Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party 1977–80. Discredited during the Cultural Revolution, he was reinstated in 1977, becoming the effective leader of China

Teng Hsiao-p'ing in Deng Xiaoping British & World English

(1904–97), Chinese communist statesman, Vice-Premier 1973-6 and 1977–80; Vice Chairman of the Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party 1977–80. Discredited during the Cultural Revolution, he was reinstated in 1977, becoming the effective leader of China