pong

[pong, pawng] British Informal.
noun
1.
an unpleasant smell; stink.
verb (used without object)
2.
to have a disagreeable smell; stink.

Origin:
1915–20; of obscure origin

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pong (pɒŋ)
 
n
1.  a disagreeable or offensive smell; stink
 
vb
2.  (intr) to give off an unpleasant smell; stink
 
[C20: perhaps from Romany pan to stink]
 
'pongy
 
adj

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Pong definition

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A computer game invented in 1972 by Atari's Nolan Bushnell. The game is a minimalist rendering of table tennis. Each of the two players are represented as a white slab, controllable by a knob, which deflects a bouncing ball. The goal of the game is to "AVOID MISSING BALL FOR HIGH SCORE".
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Example sentences
It stretches credulity to get into a serious argument about which country is better at curling, diving, ping pong and badminton.
Carefully place the second ping pong ball in the air stream.
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