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Verb
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rings, plural;
  1. Make a clear resonant or vibrating sound
    • - a shot rang out
    • - a bell rang loudly
    • - the ringing of fire alarms
  2. Cause (a bell or alarm) to make such a sound
    • - he walked up to the door and rang the bell
  3. (of a telephone) Produce a series of resonant or vibrating sounds to signal an incoming call
    • - the phone rang again as I replaced it
  4. Call for service or attention by sounding a bell
    • - Ruth, will you ring for some tea?
  5. (of a person's ears) Be filled with a continuous buzzing or humming sound, esp. as the aftereffect of a blow or loud noise
    • - he yelled so loudly that my eardrums rang
  6. (of a place) Resound or reverberate with (a sound or sounds)
    • - the room rang with laughter
  7. Be filled or permeated with (a particular quality)
    • - a clever retort which rang with contempt
  8. Convey a specified impression or quality
    • - the author's honesty rings true
  9. Sound (the hour, a peal, etc.) on a bell or bells
    • - a bell ringing the hour
  10. Call by telephone
    • - I rang her this morning
    • - Harriet rang Dorothy up next day
    • - I tried to ring, but the lines to Moscow were engaged
Noun
  1. An act of causing a bell to sound, or the resonant sound caused by this
    • - there was a ring at the door
  2. Each of a series of resonant or vibrating sounds signaling an incoming telephone call

  3. A telephone call
    • - I'd better give her a ring tomorrow
  4. A loud clear sound or tone
    • - the ring of sledgehammers on metal
  5. A particular quality conveyed by something heard or expressed
    • - the song had a curious ring of nostalgia to it
  6. A set of bells, esp. church bells


  1. a characteristic sound; "it has the ring of sincerity"
  2. sound loudly and sonorously; "the bells rang"
  3. a toroidal shape; "a ring of ships in the harbor"; "a halo of smoke"
  4. resound: ring or echo with sound; "the hall resounded with laughter"
  5. hoop: a rigid circular band of metal or wood or other material used for holding or fastening or hanging or pulling; "there was still a rusty iron hoop for tying a horse"
  6. make (bells) ring, often for the purposes of musical edification; "Ring the bells"; "My uncle rings every Sunday at the local church"
  7. The term *-algebra is defined below after first defining a *-ring.
  8. Ring is the fifth album by the American pop/rock band The Connells, released in 1993. The album (and band)'s biggest hit was the single "'74–'75" which was also featured on the soundtrack for the movie Heavy.
  9. Ring were an English psychedelic rock band active during the 1980s.
  10. A boxing ring is the space in which a boxing match occurs. A modern ring, which is set on a raised platform, is square with a post at each corner to which four parallel rows of ropes are attached with a turnbuckle. ...
  11. In computer science, hierarchical protection domains, often called protection rings, are a mechanism to protect data and functionality from faults (fault tolerance) and malicious behaviour (computer security). This approach is diametrically opposite to that of capability-based security.
  12. Ring is a Gaeltacht region on a peninsula in the western half of County Waterford, Ireland, approximately seven miles south of Dungarvan town.
  13. A circumscribing object, (roughly) circular and hollow, looking like an annual ring, earring, finger ring etc; A round piece of (precious) metal worn around the finger; A bird band, a round piece of metal put around a bird's leg used for identification and studies of migration; A piece of food ...
  14. A surname for a maker of rings as jewelry or as in harness
  15. (red) Any of a range of colours having the longest wavelengths, 670nm, of the visible spectrum; a primary additive colour for transmitted light: the colour obtained by subtracting green and blue from white light using magenta and yellow filters; A revolutionary socialist or (most commonly) a ...
  16. (Rings) These are metal bands that encircle the piston with multiple functions of keeping the compression chamber pressure out of the crankcase, providing a good enough seal to generate compression, and oiling the cylinder wall to keep down wear of the piston and cylinder.
  17. (Rings) Also called quad rings or quatro rings, rubber rings of a special shape used to replace o-rings and eliminate the rolling found when using o-rings.
  18. (Rings) circular metallic elements that ride in the grooves of a piston and provide compression sealing during combustion. Also used to spread oil for lubrication.
  19. (RINGS) The circles in the house towards which play is directed.
  20. (RINGS (CIRCLES)) A surface quality that consists of concentric indentation or rings that develops on some pearls. This usually brings down the overall quality and value of a pearl. The deeper the rings (they can more accurately be called grooves!), the lower the value. ...
  21. (RINGS) Did you know I have rings as small as size 3, and as large as size 15? I try not to let anyone get away! Some are just wire, some have dainty stones, and some are fantastic big bling! Even some for men! How about treating yourself to one in your favorite color? ($10.00 and up.)
  22. (RINGS) Some pump cylinders rely on leather or nitrile rubber rings instead of cup leathers to create suction within the cylinder when the plunger is moved up.
  23. (Rings (Juggling)) Flat circles of Plastic with a hole in the middle. A common item to juggle with and is considered easier than club juggling when it comes to learning with more than 3 as the rings are so thin that they are less likely to collide with each other and they are easier to stack/ ...
  24. (Rings (jewelry or magic)) Rings may be symbols of covenant or commitment, as in marriage. Often rings of this type reflect our deepest desires to make or receive commitment from others or in regard to a particular task.
  25. (Rings) 1. The hexagonal targeting rings that are used to guide ships into a station's docking tube. Often used to report progress of a ship, as in "the tow's in the rings and about to dock". 2. Less commonly, a beac.