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Detailed Translations for chime from English to French


to chime verb (chimes, chimed, chiming)

  1. to chime (sound; ring)
    – emit a sound 1
    sonner; carillonner
    • sonner verb (sonne, sonnes, sonnons, sonnez, )
    • carillonner verb (carillonne, carillonnes, carillonnons, carillonnez, )

Conjugations for chime:

  1. chime
  2. chime
  3. chimes
  4. chime
  5. chime
  6. chime
simple past
  1. chimed
  2. chimed
  3. chimed
  4. chimed
  5. chimed
  6. chimed
present perfect
  1. have chimed
  2. have chimed
  3. has chimed
  4. have chimed
  5. have chimed
  6. have chimed
past continuous
  1. was chiming
  2. were chiming
  3. was chiming
  4. were chiming
  5. were chiming
  6. were chiming
  1. shall chime
  2. will chime
  3. will chime
  4. shall chime
  5. will chime
  6. will chime
continuous present
  1. am chiming
  2. are chiming
  3. is chiming
  4. are chiming
  5. are chiming
  6. are chiming
  1. be chimed
  2. be chimed
  3. be chimed
  4. be chimed
  5. be chimed
  6. be chimed
  1. chime!
  2. let's chime!
  3. chimed
  4. chiming
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for chime:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
sonner ringing; ringing the bell
- bell; gong
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
carillonner chime; ring; sound brush against; bump against; call; clang; clink; jangle; jingle; rattling; ring; sound; tinkle; tinkle away; toll
sonner chime; ring; sound brush against; bump against; call; clang; clink; jangle; jingle; rattling; ring; ring the bell; ring the doorbell; sound; tinkle; tinkle away; toll

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Synonyms for "chime":

Related Definitions for "chime":

  1. a percussion instrument consisting of a set of tuned bells that are struck with a hammer; used as an orchestral instrument1
  2. emit a sound1
    • bells and gongs chimed1

Wiktionary Translations for chime:

  1. musical instrument
  1. to make the sound of a chime
  1. Réunion de cloches accordées à différents tons
  1. Faire un bruit de clochette, de cloche, sonner.
  2. faire sonner lentement une cloche, en sorte que le battant ne frapper que d’un côté.