Ting in a sentence as a noun

No matter how much texting you do, they're going to charge you exactly the same.

My ******** detector is going 'ting..ting..ting..'Speaking of magic chairs, I remember when the kneeling chair was all the rage.

Rather than focusing on the IQ remark, I'll mention that the entire point of this post is that programming is not just “sit[ting] down to code something”.

Even if bitcoin gets 100x more popular, it won't be 100x more network miners, it will be people buying BTC and trusting the block chain published by coinbase and whoever.

However, programming without an understanding of the people who will use your program is like a factory worker whose job is putting a screw in the right place on the car.

I know Sublime Text has a lot of momentum, especially on this site, but the one main ting which keeps me from adopting Sublime text is that I can't run it from a terminal.

Ting in a sentence as a verb

Technology start-up culture has a habit of sh*ting on well established knowledge as being useless because founders of start-ups often lack these knowledge yet still manage to succeed.

While citizens would be allowed to vote for the chief executive, the candidates for the election would have to be approved by a largely Beijing controlled nominating committee.

People who might have contributed, had fundamental design issues like thermal expansion been addressed head-on, are not going to contribute, under the assumption that it's "put[ting] my money, time, or talent in the hands of someone who takes me for a fool.

And even in the valued professions, the odds are you could easily work your *** off for decades and fail because of the tremendous competition -- there's no shortage of kids who want to be rock stars or play in the NFL... very few actually make it, despite putting in the time.

Here's a suggestion for avoiding the feeling of wasting time: try to embrace the fact that people are important to the process, and challenge your intellect by trying to understand what those people want and how you can match users' expectations while keeping the overhead for developers to a minimum.

I see no problem with renouncing his citizenship for tax reasons if those tax reasons are "I don't want to keep paying a country I no longer have ties to".Taxes probably played a role in the decision, but it could easily have been a minor one rather than just "split[ting] for a tax haven".

Proper Noun Examples for Ting

"\n \n Cook Ting laid down his knife and replied,\n "What I care about is the Way,\n which goes beyond skill.\n \n "When I first began cutting up oxen,\n all I could see was the ox itself.\n After three years I no longer saw the whole ox.\n And now -- now I go at it by spirit\n and don’t look with my eyes.\n Perception and understanding have come to a stop\n and spirit moves where it wants.\n \n "I go along with the natural makeup,\n strike in the big hollows,\n guide the knife through the big openings,\n and follow things as they are.\n So I never touch the smallest ligament or tendon,\n much less a main joint.\n \n "A good cook changes his knife once a year,\n because he cuts.\n A mediocre cook changes his knife once a month,\n because he hacks.\n I’ve had this knife of mine for nineteen years\n and I’ve cut up thousands of oxen with it,\n and yet the blade is still as newly sharpened.\n \n "There are spaces between the joints,\n and the blade of the knife has really no thickness.\n If you insert what has no thickness into such spaces,\n then there’s plenty of room,\n more than enough for the blade to play about in.\n That’s why after nineteen years\n the blade of my knife is still as newly sharpened.\n \n "However, whenever I come to a complicated place,\n I size up the difficulties,\n tell myself to watch out and be careful,\n keep my eyes on what I’m doing,\n work very slowly,\n and move the knife with the greatest subtlety,\n until -- flop!\n the whole thing comes apart\n like a clod of earth crumbling to the ground.\n \n "I stand there holding the knife and look all around me,\n completely satisfied and reluctant to move on,\n and then I wipe off the knife and put it away.

Ting definitions


a light clear metallic sound as of a small bell

See also: tinkle


cause to make a ting


make a light, metallic sound; go `ting'