There are 2 definitions of din in English:

din1

Syllabification: din

noun

[in singular]
A loud, unpleasant, and prolonged noise: the fans made an awful din
More example sentences
  • In the background I read that towards the end of its life as a chapel in the convict period, free settlers got very cross with the fact that the convicts were making an awful din from under their pews.
  • In an instant, it was clear that the ward was an intolerably noisy place, flooded with a near-continuous din of screams, laughter, and loud vocalizations.
  • Every England fan had a whooping, whistling counterpart so we shouted louder until the din was indescribable.
Synonyms
noise, racket, rumpus, ruckus, cacophony, babel, hubbub, tumult, uproar, commotion, clatter; shouting, yelling, screaming, caterwauling, clamor, clangor, outcry
informal hullabaloo

verb (dins, dinning, dinned)

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1 [with object] (din something into) Make (someone) learn or remember something by constant repetition: the doctrine that has been dinned into all our heads
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  • It is dinned into him that the wife must always be subordinate to the husband.
  • Only when the message that Labour isn't all that clever, after all, is dinned into the voters can National risk changing the subject to its own intentions.
  • It was dinned into us that wasting water was sinful.
Synonyms
instill, inculcate, drive, drum, hammer, drill, ingrain; indoctrinate, brainwash
2 [no object] Make a loud, unpleasant, and prolonged noise: the sound dinning in my ears was the telephone ringing
More example sentences
  • He opened the door and the noise dinned into the office.
  • An amplified quacking noise dinned from the speakers, and the image of an imprinting experiment, with a duckling following a moving wooden decoy around in circles appeared on the screen.
Synonyms
blare, blast, clang, clatter, crash, clamor

Origin

Old English dyne, dynn (noun), dynian (verb), of Germanic origin; related to Old High German tuni (noun) and Old Norse dynr (noun), dynja 'come rumbling down'.

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Pronunciation: əˈnämələs
adjective
deviating from what is standard, normal, or expected

There are 2 definitions of din in English:

DIN2

Syllabification: DIN

noun

Any of a series of technical standards originating in Germany and used internationally, especially to designate electrical connections, film speeds, and paper sizes: [as modifier]: a DIN socket

Origin

early 20th century: acronym from Deutsche Industrie-Norm 'German Industrial Standard' (as laid down by the Deutsches Institut für Normung 'German Institute for Standards').

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