Jingle

Short, simple piece of rhyming verse e.g. nursery rhymes or adverts such as: 'Mr Kipling makes exceedingly good cakes'.
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jingle

[n] - a metallic sound 2. [v] - as of metallic objects
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jingle

Catchy tune and, often, words that work through rhythm and repetition of sound for advertising purposes, used within most sections of the media including television and journalism. Jingles aim to...
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Jingle

a short verse or line used to attract attention and be memorable. May be based on alliteration or rhyme. Often associated with advertising.
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Jingle

Jin'gle intransitive verb [ Middle English gingelen , ginglen ; probably akin to English chink ; confer also English jangle .] 1. To sound with a fine, sharp, rattling, clinking, or tinkling sound; as, sleigh bells jingle . [ Written also gingle .]
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Jingle

Jin'gle transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Jingled ; present participle & verbal noun Jingling .] To cause to give a sharp metallic sound as a little bell, or as coins shaken together; to tinkle. « The bells she jingle
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Jingle

Jin'gle noun 1. A rattling, clinking, or tinkling sound, as of little bells or pieces of metal. 2. That which makes a jingling sound, as a rattle. « If you plant where savages are, do not only entertain them with trifles and jingles , but use them justly.» Bacon
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jingle

1. A rattling, clinking, or tinkling sound, as of little bells or pieces of metal. ... 2. That which makes a jingling sound, as a rattle. 'If you plant where savages are, do not only entertain them with trifles and jingles,but use them justly.' (Bacon) ... 3. A correspondence of sound in rhymes, especially when the verse has little merit; hence, th
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jingle

jangle noun a metallic sound; `the jingle of coins`; `the jangle of spurs`
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jingle

jingle-jangle verb make a sound typical of metallic objects; `The keys were jingling in his pocket`
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Jingle

• (v. i.) To sound with a fine, sharp, rattling, clinking, or tinkling sound; as, sleigh bells jingle. • (n.) A correspondence of sound in rhymes, especially when the verse has little merit; hence, the verse itself. • (v. i.) To rhyme or sound with a jingling effect. • (n.) A rattling, clinking, or tinkling sound, as of little b
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Jingle

A short song, usually mentioning a brand or product benefit, used in a commercial.
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jingle

  1. a metallic sound
  2. a comic verse of irregular measure

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Jingle

Jingle is British slang for money.
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Jingle

Jingle is British slang for money.
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jingle

Catchy tune and, often, words that work through rhythm and repetition of sound for advertising purposes, used within most sections of the media including television and journalism. Jingles aim to stick in the minds of their hearers in order to sell a product or service effectively
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jingle

Short piece of music played on radio to identify a regular feature, program or product being advertised.
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Jingle

[protocol] Jingle is an extension to the Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol (XMPP) which adds peer-to-peer (P2P) session control (signaling) for multimedia interactions such as in Voice over IP (VoIP) or videoconferencing communications. It was designed by Google and the XMPP Standards Foundation. The multimedia streams are delivere
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Jingle

[disambiguation] A jingle is a memorable slogan, set to an engaging melody, mainly broadcast on radio and sometimes on television commercials. Jingle or jingles may also refer to: ==Geography== ==Biology== ==Computing== ==Comics== ==Music== ...
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Jingle

[percussion] In percussion, a jingle is a rattle consisting of a small metal disc, such as those arranged around the frame of a tambourine. That term is referenced in Bob Dylan`s hit song, Mr. Tambourine Man. It is an onomatopoeic term, often used together with jangle. An example of that usage is found in a Frank Loesser song: `I`ve got spu
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Jingle

A jingle is a short tune used in advertising and for other commercial uses. The jingle contains one or more hooks and meaning that explicitly promote the product being advertised, usually through the use of one or more advertising slogans. Ad buyers use jingles in radio and television commercials; they can also be used in non-advertising contexts
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jingle

Short piece of music played on radio to identify a regular feature, program or product being advertised.
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Jingle

Short piece of music for a program or advertisement.
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Jingle

a beverage consisting of ale that is sweetened and flavored with nutmeg and apples.
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