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bong1 / ng/ • n. a low-pitched sound as of a bell: the clock had struck the hour, and it was only three bongs. • v. [intr.] emit such a sound. bong2 • n. a water pipe used for smoking marijuana or other drugs. bong3 • n. Mountaineering a large piton.

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