Meaning of BELL in English

BELL

I

Hollow vessel, usually of metal, that produces a ringing sound when struck by an interior clapper or a mallet.

In the West, open bells have acquired a standard "tulip" shape. Though the vibrational patterns of such open bells are basically nonharmonic, they can be tuned so that the lower

II

[c mediumvioletred] (as used in expressions)

Bell Burnell Susan Jocelyn

Susan Jocelyn Bell

Bell Laboratories

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Bell Arthur Clive Heward

Bell Cool Papa

James Thomas Bell

Bell Gertrude

Bell John

Wells Ida Bell

Ida Bell Wells Barnett

Lila Bell Acheson

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