شق, فلع, صدع, دق, رنين, صلصلة, خشخشة النقودسد الشقوق, رن, ترن النقود
Noun(1) (ethnic slur(2) a narrow opening as e.g. between planks in a wall(3) a short light metallic sound
Verb(1) make or emit a high sound(2) fill the chinks of, as with caulking(3) make cracks or chinks in
(1) Having a chink of light overhead, provided by a glass sunroof, alleviates any depressive effect.(2) So, then, listen closely and it is almost possible to hear the chink of ice in whisky glasses as the last days of the Raj draw near.(3) There was absolute silence as the strange ritual was done, the only sound the muffled chink of coins and the rustle of clothes as each recipient genuflected to the glittering Prince.(4) I noticed a chink of light under the door(5) It's a vote for a smoother, wittier, more stylish world than the one we've landed up with: the chink of glass against glass, the sharp flare of trumpets, the devastating couplet and the clutch of hand on hip.(6) a chink in the curtains(7) A chink of light for North and East Yorkshire's hard-hit farming community will be unveiled next week, the Evening Press can exclusively reveal.(8) the chink of glasses(9) Windows had to be blacked out so that they didn't show even a chink of light.(10) There is a constant buzz of chatter and the chink of glasses.(11) The sun was filtering softly through a chink in the curtains, as it had yesterday morning.(12) Midmorning sunlight was glowing through the drapes, a sliver finding its way through a chink and splitting a bright line across the ceiling.(13) Nevertheless, it was deserved in the light of the Hawick pressure and they turned with a chink of light at 15-5.(14) Up at Tannadice Park, after years of fumbling around in the darkness for a chink of light, fans are indeed beginning to dream of a bright, orange future.(15) It was the will that shaped and stiffened character, shouldered moral responsibility, and opened up the narrowest chink of freedom in the solid wall of scientific determinism.(16) Fortunately there is a chink of light in Scotland.
1. opening ::
2. click ::
4. jingle ::
5. check ::
6. tink ::
Different Formschink, chinked, chinking, chinks
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