Definition of 'bling'
Example sentences containing 'bling'
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He turned up wearing all the bling. The Sun (2011)And they both love their bling. The Sun (2015)They're chasing superyacht jobs for the love of bling and not for the love of sailing. Times, Sunday Times (2015)One was reductive and sporty in her taste; the other loved bling. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The actress spent the night fretting after losing the expensive, borrowed bling. The Sun (2016)What a gem Grab some serious style bling. The Sun (2012)She wears her bling proudly. Christianity Today (2000)I love the bling, especially the gold leggings and sparkly trainers. The Sun (2011)I wanted to wear my bling today for Jimmy. The Sun (2011)Reasons to buy The Breeze has some serious bling going on. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Since the age of three his stomach has churned at bright make-up, long painted nails and expensive bling. The Sun (2014)The world's new big spenders embrace stealth wealth, for fear of being accused of corruption by wearing too much bling. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
Trends of 'bling'
Used Rarely. bling is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'bling'
British English: bling NOUN
Some people refer to expensive or fancy jewellery as bling or bling-bling.
Big-name jewellers are battling it out to get celebrities to wear their bling.
Definition of bling from the Collins English Dictionary
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