Refers to person, place, thing, quality, etc. That new toothpaste jingle is play jingle bells catchy.
La canción publicitaria del dentífrico es muy pegadiza. Verb not taking a direct object—for example, «She jokes. The coins jingled in her purse. Las monedas tintineaban en su cartera.
Report an error or suggest an improvement. This sentence is not a translation of the original sentence. La Danza del Venado requiere que se usen muchos cascabeles en los tobillos. Jingle Bells nnoun: Refers to person, place, thing, quality, etc. It’s inappropriate to play songs like Jingle Bells in the shops until December.
A mi familia le gusta cantar villancicos en las navidades. No es apropiado poner canciones como Jingle Bells en los comercios hasta diciembre. See Google Translate’s machine translation of ‘jingle’. Jingle Bells Jingle Bells was written by James Lord Pierpont in 1857, so it’s an old song— but still very popular! He called it «One Horse Open Sleigh». Even though it has become a popular Christmas song, it was originally written and sung for Thanksgiving!
This animated video is fun to watch—it even shows the «lean and lank» horse splat falling down. This is a virtuoso PIANO version by Lola Astanova. She really has fun with the piece. She titled it, «Jingle All the Way. The video below is a tutorial that shows you how to play a VERY EASY version of Jingle Bells on a piano. The lyrics The third verse is often omitted.