Dink

1. What does Dink stand for?

Double income no kids

An acronym that refers to a couple in which both people work and choose not to have kids; can be used as a noun or an adjective.

Example

Our DINK friends can do whatever they want on the weekends.

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Updated August 15, 2014
2. What is a dink?

Small dent

A dink is an informal term that describes a small dent in a piece of metal. For example, an engineer may notice a dink when constructing a new type of vehicle prototype.

Dinks are typically the result of an accident but may be done on purpose to make someone mad or out of frustration. Both professionals and amateurs may use dink, or "ding," to point out small imperfections in a material.

Typically, people who build things out of metal most often use dink. Some occupations include engineers, mechanics, welders, and contractors.

Example

I'm trying to sell the Chevy today and I hope the buyer doesn't notice the dink in the fender.
A dink in a car door

A dink in a car door

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Updated March 8, 2022

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