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Noun: dink  dingk
  1. A soft return so that the tennis ball drops abruptly after crossing the net
    - drop shot
Adjective: DINK
  1. [Brit] (informal) pretty and neat
    "what a DINK little hat";
    - dinky [Brit]
     
  2. Small and insignificant
    "we stayed in a DINK old hotel";
    - dinky [Brit]
Noun: DINK
  1. A small locomotive
    - dinky [Brit], dinkey
     
  2. A couple who both have careers and no children (an acronym for dual income no kids)
    - dinkie [Brit], dinky [Brit]

Derived forms: DINKs, dinks

See also: attractive, little, small

Type of: couple, engine, loco, locomotive, locomotive engine, match, mates, railroad locomotive [N. Amer], railway locomotive [Brit, Cdn], return

Encyclopedia: Dink, West Virginia

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