Make (someone) learn or remember something by constant repetition
the doctrine that has been dinned into all our heads
Make a loud, unpleasant, and prolonged noise
the sound dinning in my ears was the telephone ringing
A loud, unpleasant, and prolonged noise
the fans made an awful din
blare: a loud harsh or strident noise
boom: make a resonant sound, like artillery; "His deep voice boomed through the hall"
commotion: the act of making a noisy disturbance
instill (into a person) by constant repetition; "he dinned the lessons into his students"
Dīn (دين, also anglicized as Deen) is an arabic word commonly associated with Islam, but also used in Arab Christian worship. ...
Gevurah ("Severity"; גבורה), (also incorrectly as) Gebrah or Geburah and Din ("Judgment") in the Kabbalah of Judaism is the fifth of the Sephirot of the tree of life, and it is the second of the emotive attributes of the Sephirot. It sits below Binah, across from Chesed, and above Hod. ...
This is a list of notable fictional characters in The Legend of Zelda, a series of video games developed by Nintendo.
DIN, an acronym for the German Deutsches Institut für Normung (German Institute for Standardization), and the name of an increasingly large realist sans-serif typeface family. ...
(Dins) The Harvard Din & Tonics (or "Dins") are a jazz a cappella group from Harvard University, founded in 1979.
A loud noise; a cacophony or loud commotion; To be filled with sound; to resound; To assail with loud noise; To repeat continuously, as though to the point of deafening or exhausting somebody; To make a din
(DINS) Digital Inertial Navigation System
(DINs) The tension setting on bindings that will determine how easily they will release a ski boot.
A plug and socket connector consisting of a circular pattern of pins in a metal sleeve. This type of connector is commonly seen on keyboards.
Obedience to the revelation of Allah's Qur'an (Koran). It involves total submission.
The Arabic word for "religion." It is used especially for the religion of the Prophets and their inspired books, but it is also used for idolatrous religion [RELIGION.]
Multi-wire cable with DIN connectors at both ends. Usually has 5 or 6 inner wires. Different diameter and configuration from maker to maker. Pictures of DIN connectors or, more details about DIN Cable...
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German Industrial Standards (Standards committee for materials testing in DIN)
Deutsche Industrie-Normen. Germany’s standard.
Deutsches Institut fur Normung. A type of connector defined by the German Standards Institute. Generally used to connect peripherals such as mice, modems, and keyboards to computing devices. ...
(m.; pl. "Dinim"); strict justice, judgment or, any law; as in "Midat HaDin ; the (Divine) Attribute of Strict Justice; or as in the expression "Yikov HaDin et HaHar," "Let the Law pierce the mountain (and let "the chips fall as they may", to mix metaphors);" or as in "Dinei Mamonot BiShelosha," ...
A system that defines concepts, measurements and application in the industrial sector. Certain DIN norms have been developed for offset print.
A standard used on camera film. Refers to the "speed" of film (a faster film will take pictures in lower light). Increases in logarithmic fashion. Short for Deutsche Industrie Norm. Similar to ASA
Deutsches Institut fur Normung. Design of tank valve popular in Europe in which the first-stage regulator screws into the tank valve. Recommended for high pressure tanks.
[Dihn] noun: The amount of energy used by the electromagnets in a ski binding. The higher the DIN setting, the more energy is released from the batteries, in turn requiring more torque to cause the binding to disengage.