What does Ting mean in British?

What does Ting mean in British?

ting in British English (tɪŋ ) noun. a high metallic sound such as that made by a small bell.

What does it mean when someone calls you ting?

Ting: Thing, casual relationship. From Jamaican patois but a homegrown Toronto meaning. From patois.

Is Peng Ting British?

Peng appears to have first become a part of spoken British English around 2004-5. It had a slow start in life; BBC Voices, a dialect project which surveyed over 1200 speakers in the UK, recorded only two instances of the word, both in young British Caribbean speakers in the East Midlands.

Is ting a real word?

Yes, ting is in the scrabble dictionary.

What is a Roadman slang?

countable noun. Some people use roadman to refer to a young person who spends a lot of time on the streets in a group, and who may be involved in selling drugs. [informal, disapproval]

What does Barking mean in slang?

Meaning of barking in English crazy or extremely silly: She must have been barking mad to lend him so much money.

What does wallahi mean in slang?

I swear to Allah
New Word Suggestion. I swear to Allah. To promise that something is true. Common in London slang.

What is a Bunda?

noun. bum [noun] (British) the buttocks. butt [noun] (slang) a person’s bottom. (Translation of bunda from the PASSWORD Portuguese–English Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)

What does Ting mean in Spanish?


Principal Translations
Inglés Español
ting n (light metallic sound) tintineo nm Exemplos: el televisor, un piso.
The bell made a ting when John brushed it.

What does Dusty YUTE mean?

Yout originates in Jamaican Creole, where youth is pronounced like yoot and refers to young people. Elsewhere in the Jamaican communities of Toronto (and among those who’ve co-opted their slang), waste yute is slang for a “worthless person.”

What does ‘Peng Ting’ mean?

Generally, it means that something is good or cool, but you can also use it to greet or say goodbye to someone. Often paired with peng, i.e. ‘she’s a peng ting’, it’s literally just a contracted version of ‘thing’ and is used very often by roadmen.

What are some Brilliantly British slang words?

100 Brilliantly British Slang Words and Phrases. 1 01. Arse. What a great way to start the list. An arse is your rear end (not to be confused with an ass, which is a donkey). But it can also be a 2 02. Banter. 3 03. Bare. 4 04. Barmy. 5 05. Bender.

What is a ringing sound?

1. a high metallic sound such as that made by a small bell to make or cause to make such a sound Samuel Chao Chung. a single, light, ringing sound, as of a small bell being struck to make or cause to make a ting

What does Innit mean in slang?

‘Innit’ is the classic roadman slang word that is very easy to overdo. Literally, the word is a contraction of ‘isn’t it?’ and it is used on the ends of phrases to affirm what you’ve just said. Learning roadman slang is easy, innit?