ring

listen to the pronunciation of ring
Englisch - Türkisch
çalmak
yüzük

Bana bazı yüzükler gösterir misiniz? - Would you show me some rings?

Bir yüzük ve biraz nakit kayıpi - A ring and some cash are missing.

halka

Tom'un burun halkası hakkında ne düşünüyorsun? - What do you think of Tom's nose ring?

Patates kızartması yerine soğan halkaları alacağım. - I'll take onion rings instead of fries.

çağrı atmak
(Sigorta) bağa
çınlama sesi
zil

Zil öğle saatinde çalar. - The bell rings at noon.

Ben zilin çaldığını duydum. - I heard the bell ring.

(Askeri,Otomotiv) segman
(Askeri) anele
etrafını çevirmek
ışaret bileziği
tınlamak
yaylı segman
şebeke
zil çalmak
(Askeri) yüksük
çınlamak (kulak)
(Biyokimya) dolam
etki
ring
çember
(kulak) çınlamak
{f} çal

Telefon çalıyor. Ben bakarım. - The phone is ringing. I'll get it.

Birinin kapı zilini çaldığını duydun mu? - Did you hear someone ring the doorbell?

türküm
daire
(zil/vb.) çalmak
çember içine almak
etrafını kuşatmak
çete
çınlamak
telefon etmek
zil sesi

Cep telefonumun zil sesini nasıl değiştiririm? - How do I change my cell phone's ringtone?

Tom telefonundaki zil sesini değiştirdi. - Tom changed the ringtone on his phone.

çınlatmak
çan sesi

Kilisenin yakından çan sesini duyabiliyorduk. - We could hear the bells ringing from a nearby church.

nitelik
(up ile) alısünlemek
{f} etrafını sarmak
çal(mak)
(Tekstil) Işaret bileziği, bilezik
çınlak
{i} hale
{i} tröst
{i} kartel
(Tıp) Dairesel (halkası) organ
çan ile ilân etmek
çalınmak
ses vermek
{i} çınlama

Kulaklarındaki devamlı tiz çınlama Tom'u çılgına çeviriyor. - The constant, high-pitched ringing in Tom's ears is driving him crazy.

{f} halka biçiminde doğramak
grup
{f} yüzük takmak
çılatmak
{f} (zili/çanı) çalmak; (zil/çan) çalmak/çalınmak
zili çalmak
{i} yüzük: engagement ring nişan yüzüğü. wedding ring alyans
{f} İng. telefon etmek
{i} pist
ses çıarmak
ahenk
{f} çembere almak
{i} çıkar grubu
{f} çevrelemek
{i} ayla
{i} izlenim
{f} daire içine almak
{f} (rang, rung)
{i} bahis oynanan yer
{f} şıngırdamak
akis
{i} klik
ringed
{s} halkalı
ringing
çınlama

Kulaklarındaki devamlı tiz çınlama Tom'u çılgına çeviriyor. - The constant, high-pitched ringing in Tom's ears is driving him crazy.

wedding ring
alyans

Tom evli ama alyans takmıyor. - Tom is married, but he doesn't wear a wedding ring.

Mary'nin alyansı saf altından yapılmıştır. - Mary's wedding ring is made of pure gold.

ringing
çınlayan
ring-tailed cat
(Ticaret) halka kuyruklu kedi
ring back
geri aramak
ring gage
(Mekanik) yüzük mastar
ring gear
(Otomotiv) volan dişlisi
ring road
yan yol
ring tone
zil tonu
ring a bell
bir şey hatırlatmak
ring a bell
yabancı gelmemek
ring abscess
ring apse
ring back
daha sonra aramak
ring binder
telli defter
ring bolt
halkalı cıvata
ring cartilage
kıkırdak
ring compound
halka bileşiği
ring down
bir şeye son vermek
ring false
yanlış gibi gelmek
ring false
inandırıcı olmamak
ring fence
araziyi çeviren çit
ring finger
yüzükparmağı
ring of truth
gerçeklik
ring of truth
doğruluk payı
ring off
alısün görüşmesini bitirmek
ring off
alısünü kapatmak
ring out
yüksek sesle çınlamak
ring road
çevre yolu
ring spanner
yıldız anahtar
ring stone
kemer yüz taşı
ring stone
kemer altlık taşı
ring the bell
zil çalmak
ring the changes
değişiklik yapmak
ring true
inandırıcı olmak
ring true
doğru gibi gelmek
ring up
alısünlemek
ring up
elde et
ring up
telefon etmek
ring a bell
Yabancı gelmemek, birine bir şeyi veya birini hatırlatmak
ring a bell
bir şeyi veya birini hatırlatmak
ring a faint bell
(deyim) Yabancı gelmemek, birine bir şeyi veya birini hatırlatmak
ring a familiar bell
(deyim) Yabancı gelmemek, birine bir şeyi veya birini hatırlatmak
ring armature
halka endüvi
ring bearer
Hristyan düğün törenlerinde yüzük taşıyıcı çocuk
ring bells
çanları
ring cake
halka pasta
ring circuit
halka devre
ring down
aşağı ring
ring fence
çıt
ring fencing
ring eskrim
ring flower
halka çiçek
ring girl
ring kız
ring in so.'s ears
Halka çok. 'ın kulakları
ring leader
ring lideri
ring lubrication
bilezikli yağlama
ring mail
Metal halkalarla döşeli zırhlı savaş giysisi
ring mains
ring şebeke
ring of
ring
ring of fire
Yangın ring
ring of truth
doğruluk payı, gerçeklik
ring off
telefonu kapamak
ring opening
halka şeklindeki açıklık
ring pigeon
ring güvercin
ring pliers
(Araçlar) Segman pensesi
ring round
ring tur
ring sb up
-e telefon etmek
ring spinning
Pamuğun bükülerek iplik haline getirilmesi
ring spinning
(Tekstil) Halkalı iplik eğirme
ring stone
kemer altlık taşı, kemer yüz taşı
ring the bell
zili çalmak
ring the changes
(on) -de değişiklik yapmak, çeşit yapmak
ring tone
Cep telefonu zil sesi
ring toss
ring atmak
ring true
k. dili (sözler) doğru gibi gelmek
ring up
Yazar kasaya kaydetmek
ring washer
ring yıkayıcı
ring worm
ring solucan
ring wraith
ring hayalet
ring-fenced
halka fenced
ring-route
rink yolu
Ring rail
(Tekstil) Bilezik sehpası, bilezik rayı
ring complex
halka karmaşığı
ring groove
(İnşaat) segman yuvası
ring hollow
{k} bak. ring false
ring led
(Bilgisayar) çalma ışığı
ring mold
ahçı. halka şeklindeki kalıp
ring out
(Bilgisayar) dışarıyı arama
ring out again
yankılanmak
ring seat
(Otomotiv) ayna dişli
ring sight
(Askeri) dairesel gez
ring out
çınlamak
ringer
hakkı olmadan hile ile yarış veya oyuna giren kimse veya at
rung
basamak

Üst basamak yeterince güçlü mü? - Is the top rung strong enough?

rang
çal

Zil çaldığında tam banyo yapmak üzereydi. - She was just about to take a bath when the bell rang.

Telefon çaldığında, ben dışarı gidiyordum. - I was going out, when the telephone rang.

ring off
telefonu kapatmak
ring up
telefon açmak
ringed
çalınan
ringed
çemberli
ringing
(Bilgisayar) çalıyor

Kilise çanları çalıyor. - The church bells are ringing.

Az önce telefon çalıyordu, değil mi? - The telephone was just ringing, wasn't it?

ringing
(Havacılık) ayar
ringing
çalınma
ringing
parazit salınım
ringing
tanin
ringing
geçici salınım
ringing
çalarak
ringing
arama (telefon)
ringing
arama
ringing
(telefon) arama
ringlike
halka gibi
rung
ayak
rung
merdiven basamağı
rung
kademe
rung
çalmak
the ring
piston segmanı
ringed
{f} çal
ringer
çan çalan kişi
rung
el merdiveni basamağı
rung
çal

Okula gittiğimde zil çoktan çalmıştı. - The bell had already rung when I got to school.

Tom zil çaldıktan üç dakika sonra sınıfa girdi. - Tom came into the classroom three minutes after the bell had rung.

ring of
halkan
ring of
yüzüklük
ringer
can çalan kişi
ringer
çancı
rings
yüzükler

Gümüş yüzükleri altın olanlara tercih ederim. - I prefer silver rings to gold ones.

Onlar pahalı yüzükler takıyor. - They are wearing expensive rings.

rings
çalar

Zil öğle saatinde çalar. - The bell rings at noon.

Eğer telefon çalarsa cevap verebilir misin? - If the telephone rings, can you answer it?

rang
f., bak. ring
rang
ring ara/çınla/çal
ring binder
klasör
ring finger
{i} yüzük parmağı

Sami'nin yüzük parmağı kesildi. - Sami's ring finger has been cut.

Elin beş parmağı var: başparmak, işaret parmağı, orta parmak, yüzük parmağı ve serçe parmak. - The hand has five fingers: the thumb, the index finger, the middle finger, the ring finger, and the pinky.

ring finger
(isim) yüzük parmağı
ring finger
adsızparmak
ring for
zilli çalarak çağırmak
ring in
etrafını sarmak
ring in
(Bilgisayar) içeriyi arama
ring in
İng. (dışarıdan) (işyerini/evi) (telefonla) aramak
ring in
(Fiili Deyim ) gelişini veya gidişini çanlar çalarak kutlamak
ring in
ortalarına almak
ring in
çevrelemek
ring off
konuşmaya son vermek
ring off
İng. telefonu kapamak/kapatmak
ring road
çevre yolu bypass, beltway, belt highway, Brit
ring road
İng. çevre yolu
ring up
açmak
ringed
halka tak/çevir
ringed
{s} yüzüklü
ringer
halka oyununda kazığa geçen halka
ringer
tıpatıp benzeri

Tom John'un tıpatıp benzeri. - Tom is a dead ringer for John.

ringer
çıngıraklı araba
ringer
çanlı araba
ringer
hile ile yarışa giren yarışmacı
Türkisch - Türkisch
Englisch - Englisch
A surname for a maker of rings as jewelry or as in harness
A piece of food in the shape of a ring, as in onion ring
A telephone call

I’ll give you a ring when the plane lands.

To make an incision around; to girdle

They ringed the trees to make the clearing easier next year.

A round piece of (precious) metal worn around the finger
A planar geometrical figure included between two concentric circles
To attach a ring to, especially for identification

We managed to ring 22 birds this morning.

A formation of various pieces of material orbiting around a planet
To surround or enclose

The inner city was ringed with dingy industrial areas.

An exclusive group of people, usually involving some unethical or illegal practices; as a crime ring
To make a (church) bell produce sound

The deliveryman rang the doorbell to drop off a parcel.

The resonant sound of a bell, or a sound resembling it

The ring of hammer on anvil filled the air.

A pleasant or correct sound

The name has a nice ring to it.

To produce the sound of a bell or a similar sound

Whose mobile phone is ringing?.

A place where some sports or exhibitions take place; notably a circular or comparable arena, such as a boxing ring or a circus ring; hence the field of a political contest
A circumscribing object, (roughly) circular and hollow, looking like an annual ring, earring, finger ring etc
A diacritical mark in the shape of a hollow circle placed above or under the letter
To telephone someone

I will ring you when we arrive.

a large circular prehistoric stone construction such as Stonehenge
An old English measure of corn equal to the coomb or half a quarter

The ring is common in the Huntingdonshire accounts of Ramsey Abbey. It was equal to half a quarter, i.e., is identical with the coomb of the eastern counties. —.

A bird band, a round piece of metal put around a bird's leg used for identification and studies of migration
An algebraic structure as above, but only required to be a semigroup under multiplication, that is, there need not be a multiplicative identity element

The definition of ring without unity allows, for instance, the set 2\mathbb{Z} of even integers to be a ring.

An algebraic structure which consists of a set with two binary operations, addition and multiplication, such that the set is an abelian group under addition and a monoid under multiplication

The set of integers, \mathbb{Z}, is the prototypical ring.

Of something spoken or written, to appear to be, to seem, to sound

That does not ring true.

to resound, reverberate, echo

It is instructive for us to learn as well as to ponder on the fact that the very men who looked down with delight, when the sand of the arena reddened with human blood, made the arena ring with applause when Terence in his famous line: ‘Homo sum, Nihil humani alienum puto’ proclaimed the brotherhood of man..

A hierarchical level of privilege in a computer system, usually at hardware level, used to protect data and functionality (also protection ring)

Kernel Mode processes run in ring 0, and User Mode processes run in ring 3.

{v} to fit with rings, strike a bell, tinkle, clink, sound, make a noise, echo, resound
{n} a circle, ornament, sound, set of bells
An Irish family name
a set of four operas by Richard Wagner, known also as The Ring of the Nibelung or The Ring Cycle. They are based on stories from German mythology. Circular band of gold, silver, or other precious or decorative material usually worn on the finger, but sometimes on the toes, the ears, or the nose. The earliest examples were found in the tombs of ancient Egypt. In addition to being worn as adornment, rings have functioned as symbols of authority, fidelity, or social status. In the early Roman republic, most were made of iron, gold being reserved for persons of high status; but by the 3rd century BC anyone except a slave could wear a gold ring. The Romans are thought to have originated engagement rings, symbolizing a promise of marriage. In the Middle Ages, signet rings were important in religious, legal, and commercial transactions; memorial, posy, and keepsake rings served sentimental purposes; occult rings supposedly had magical powers; and poison rings had hollow bezels that could be filled with poison for the purpose of suicide or homicide. In modern algebra, a set of elements with two operations, referred to as "addition" and "multiplication," that conform to certain conditions. These specify that the set is closed under both operations, the associative law holds for both operations, the commutative law holds for addition, the distributive law holds, there is an additive identity (known as zero), and every element has an additive inverse (see inverse function). The set of integers is a ring. See also field theory. growth ring Ring of Fire Whiskey Ring change ringing
A circle, or a circular line, or anything in the form of a circular line or hoop
a toroidal shape; "a ring of ships in the harbor"; "a halo of smoke"
A sound resembling the sound of a bell
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"
To cut a ring around
Specifically, a circular ornament of gold or other precious material worn on the finger, or attached to the ear, the nose, or some other part of the person; as, a wedding ring
A network configuration in which devices are connected via a closed path, single-direction transmission link
A network topology in which the nodes are connected in a closed loop Data is transmitted from node to node around the loop, always in the same direction
a strip of material attached to the leg of a bird to identify it (as in studies of bird migration)
A classification of network technology (known as its topology) exemplified by Token Ring and FDDI The interconnected devices are connected one-to-another in the shape of a ring and data flows around it in one direction See also "Counterrotating Ring"
attach a ring to the foot of, in order to identify; "ring birds"; "band the geese to observe their migratory patterns"
The resonant sound of a bell
To sound loud; to resound; to be filled with a ringing or reverberating sound
In the Church a ring is worn as part of the insignia of bishops, abbots, et al ; by sisters to denote their consecration to God and the Church The wedding ring symbolizes the love and union of husband and wife
In land-use and transit planning, the approximate area between 1/4-mile radius (the core) and 1/2-mile radius from a rail transit station, representing about a 10 to15-minute walk to the station Also refered to as the "neighborhood "
A group of people, usually involving some unethical or illegal practices; as a Crime ring
A classification of network technology exemplified by Token Ring and FDDI The interconnected devices are connected one-to-another in the shape of a ring and data flows around it in one direction See also Counterrotating Ring (2)
A circumscribing object (looking like an annual ring, earring, finger ring, etc.)
A chime, or set of bells harmonically tuned
As in Tip and Ring One of the two wires needed to set up a telephone connection See Tip
To continue to sound or vibrate; to resound
a square platform marked off by ropes in which contestants box or wrestle a characteristic sound; "it has the ring of sincerity"
1 A polarity designation of one wire of a pair indicating that the wire is that of the secondary color of a 5-pair group (e g the blue white wire of the blue pair) 2 A wiring contact to which the ring wire is attached 3 The negative wiring polarity (see Tip)
To be filled with report or talk; as, the whole town rings with his fame
To make a ring around by cutting away the bark; to girdle; as, to ring branches or roots
This is a spell Duration Spells with a Ring duration last for as long as a ring drawn by the caster (while casting the spell) remains intact and the Target of the spell remains inside it This is often used for spells with a Circle target This has the same difficulty as casting at Moon duration, but is a different Duration (A formulaic spell will have one or other Duration; not a choice )
1 A network topology in which each node is connected to form a circular configuration 2 A unidirectional cycle that is created by connecting the links of one or more GigaRing node chips A GigaRing channel is normally configured to contain two counter-rotating rings, but may be configured to contain one folded ring GigaRing
A network topology that connects network devices in a continuous loop
A circular group of persons
{i} sound of a bell; telephone call; circle of metal worn on the finger; circle; circular object or course; tone, sound; group of people engaged in a particular activity; enclosed area for sports competitions (i.e. bullring, boxing ring); bookies at a race track; place where bets are made at a race track
sound loudly and sonorously; "the bells rang"
ring or echo with sound; "the hall resounded with laughter"
sequence of nonintersecting chains or strings and (or) arcs, with closure A ring represents a closed boundary, but not the interior area inside the closed boundary
A set of bells, numbering 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 10, or 12, hung for change ringing (See Change ringing) Mounted to each headstock is a wheel from whose grooved rim a rope extends to the floor below When the rope is pulled, the bell is made to swing in an arc of slightly more than 360 degrees The bells are so arranged that the suspended ropes form a circle The great majority of rings are in the British Isles
To sound, as a bell or other sonorous body, particularly a metallic one
A place where some sports take place; as, a boxing ring
A round piece of metal put around a birds leg used for identification and studies of migration
An area on a trading floor where futures or equities are traded
(chemistry) a chain of atoms in a molecule that forms a closed loop
a characteristic sound; "it has the ring of sincerity"
Ring of Fire
An area of frequent earthquakes and volcanic activity, around the Pacific Ocean
ring a bell
To seem at least vaguely familiar

His face rings a bell. I wonder if I know him from somewhere.

ring a bell
To spark a previously forgotten memory
ring around
To call a number of people by phone, usually a circle of friends, to organise something
ring back
To make another phone call to the same person

I had to ring you back because I forgot to ask you something important.

ring back
To return a phone call

John called. He asked for you to ring him back as soon as you arrived.

ring binder
A folder in which punched pieces of paper may be held by means of clamps running through the holes in the paper
ring binders
plural form of ring binder
ring cadence
The ringing pattern heard by the dialer before the called party picks up the call
ring dove
a species of dove with the taxonomic classification Streptopelia risoria
ring false
To seem to be incorrect, or implausible

His excuse about his car breaking down again rings false, to me.

ring field
an attacking ring of infielders, square and in front of the wicket - point, cover, mid off, mid on, midwicket, square leg
ring finger
Finger between middle finger and little finger; the "third finger" (UK) or the "fourth finger" (US), especially of the left hand. (The ring finger is the left hand; a ring finger is either hand.)
ring fingers
plural form of ring finger
ring game
A game where the chips directly represent money and players are free to leave at any time, in contrast to a poker tournament
ring games
plural form of ring game
ring hollow
To seem to be false or implausible; to be unconvincing

In his own ears the words he spoke rang hollow, awkward, even impertinent. He could say nothing which did not seem hideously supercilious.

ring in
To make a phone call to one's usual place of work

John has just rung in sick. He won't be back til Monday, he says.

ring of truth
The trust-inspiring sound, tenor, or impression of being truthful

It is fiction. But it has the absolute ring of truth.

ring off
to finish a telephone conversation and disconnect
ring off the hook
Of a telephone, to ring constantly or excessively

I placed the advertisement yesterday, and the phone has been ringing off the hook ever since.

ring one's bell
To strike or bump one's own head with a strong blow, especially with concussive force
ring out
To sound very loudly

A terrifying volley of pistol-shots rings out—cracks sharply; ripples spread— silence laps smooth over sound.

ring out
To make a phone call from an internal phone system to a general telephone network number

You can ring out if you dial 9 first and wait for the tone before dialling the number.

ring pulls
plural form of ring pull
ring rat
A promiscuous person, often a young female, who attends professional wrestling events primarily to seek sexual liaisons with wrestlers and other performers
ring road
A circumferential highway around a town, city, or other conurbation
ring round
To call a number of people by phone, usually a circle of friends, to organise something
ring someone's bell
To physically traumatize someone with a strong blow, especially a concussive blow to the head

Redman took Kenny Lofton's left shoulder on his jaw and saw every color of the rainbow but teal. That sent me down. I was kinda dizzy, Redman said . . . You take a shot like that, it's going to ring your bell a bit..

ring species
A biological species consisting of overlapping subgroups, each of which can interbreed with the next, but which cannot freely interbreed when taken as a whole

Ring species demonstrate that can interbreed with is not transitive.

ring stand
An item of laboratory equipment which consists of a metal pole with a solid, firm base, used to hold, or clamp, laboratory glassware and other equipment in place, so that they do not fall down or come apart
ring sting
Irritation of the anus ("ring") as a result of eating spicy food
ring system
The combined system or structure formed by all of the rings orbiting a planet
ring the changes
To make patterned sound sequences on bells, starting and ending on the same tone
ring the changes
To run through possible variations
ring the changes
To substitute bad money for good
ring the changes
To enliven by varying combinations
ring theoretic
Having to do with ring theory
ring theoretical
Having to do with ring theory
ring theorist
An algebraist who specializes in ring theory
ring theorists
plural form of ring theorist
ring theory
The branch of mathematics dealing with the algebraic structure of rings
ring topologies
plural form of ring topology
ring topology
A network topology in which, in the physical case, every node of a network is connected to exactly two other nodes: one node designated as upstream and the other as downstream. A given node receives data from its upstream node and sends data to its downstream node
ring true
To seem to be correct, or plausible

His excuse about his daughter being ill again rings true, to me.

ring up
To enter a payment into a cash register, or till in a shop
ring up
To telephone, to call someone on the telephone
ring-bark
To girdle a tree; to kill a tree by removing a ring of bark

Six or eight inches above this graft the stem should be ring-barked, but leaves above the ring-bark left for shade for two or three weeks .

ring-bark
The bark removed by ring-barking
ring-bark
The area of the tree from which the bark has been removed by ring-barking
ring-finger
Alternative spelling of ring finger
ring-in
An outsider

But I couldn't get into an underground contract party because I'm a ring-tail, or ring-in. That means an outsider, one not born in Broken Hill.

ring-in
A replacement, made at the last minute, usually in a sporting context
ring-man
the ring finger
ring-neck
having (a) colored ring(s) around the neck, notably said of animal species
ring-necked parakeet
a species of parakeet, Psittacula krameri, prevalent in Asia and famous for escaping domestication and establishing wild populations in Britain
ring-pull
Alternative spelling of ring pull
ring-tailed
carrying its flexible tail in a circular or spiraling form
ring-tailed
having a tail marked with differently colored rings
ring-tailed lemur
a species of lemur, Lemur catta, from Madagascar; it has a black-and-white ringed tail
ring-tailed macauco
The ring-tailed lemur
ring-tailed macaucos
plural form of ring-tailed macauco
ring-theoretic
Attributive form of ring theoretic
ring-theoretical
Attributive form of ring theoretical
ring a bell
(deyim) [for something] to cause someone to remember something or for it to seem familiar
ring a faint bell
(deyim) [for something] to cause someone to remember something or for it to seem familiar
ring a familiar bell
(deyim) [for something] to cause someone to remember something or for it to seem familiar
ring a ring a roses
(Oyunlar) Children's singing game, known throughout the English-speaking world, and with many continental analogues. Nowadays, the game tends to be one of the first taught to children by adults, rather than being learnt from other children, and is therefore considered babyish by school-age children. The first known published versions are from the 1880s, although an American forerunner (Ring a ring a rosie A bottle full of posie All the girls in our town Ring for little Josie) is reported from 1790.The belief that the rhyme originated with the Great *Plague is now almost universal, but has no evidence to support it and is almost certainly nonsense. Early writers on the Plague do not mention the rhyme or, indeed, sneezing as a symptom of the disease, and the rhyme only appears 200 years later. The earlier folklore collectors do not make the connection between the rhyme and the Plague, and the idea appears to date only from the 1960s, but is now so widely believed as to be unshakable.See also *SNEEZING. Opie and Opie, 1985: 220-7; Gomme, 1898: ii. 108-11
ring armour
Ring armour (ring mail) is an assumed type of personal armour constructed as series of metallic rings sewn to a fabric or leather foundation
ring mail
Ring armour (ring mail) is an assumed type of personal armour constructed as series of metallic rings sewn to a fabric or leather foundation
Ring a Ring O'Roses
{i} nursery rhyme; game played by children in which the players dance around in a circle to the tune of a nursery rhyme and when they hear the lyrics "all fall down" they all crouch down low
Ring a ring o' roses
a children's singing game in which the children join hands and dance round in a circle singing: Ring a ring o'roses/A pocket full of posies/A-tishoo! A-tishoo!/We all fall down. People believe it comes from the time when there was a plague in London (=a very serious infectious disease, quickly causing death to large numbers of people), because when people coughed and sneezed, saying 'atishoo', it was a sign that they had caught the plague
ring 1
You can use ring to describe a quality that something such as a statement, discussion, or argument seems to have. For example, if an argument has a familiar ring, it seems familiar. His proud boast of leading `the party of low taxation' has a hollow ring. = feel
ring armature
An armature for a dynamo or motor having the conductors wound on a ring
ring around
see ring round
ring girl
a young woman who holds up cards indicating the number of the next round at prize fights
ring knocker
A commissioned nonreservist officer in the U.S. armed forces who is a graduate of one of the three U.S. military academies, especially West Point
ring tone
The ring tone is the sound made by a telephone, especially a mobile phone, when it rings. They offer 70 hours' standby time, 2hr 50min talk time, and 15 ring tones
ring tone
{i} sound made by a telephone when it rings (term which is used mostly to refer to the customisable sounds available on cellular phones)
ring up
to perform and record a sale on a cash register; "Sally rang up Eve's purchase of tomatoes"
ring up
to perform and record a sale on a cash register; "Sally rang up Eve's purchase of tomatoes
ring up
make a phone call to; record a sale on a cash register
ring-around-the-rosy
a children's game in which the players dance around in a circle and at a given signal all squat
ring-fence
To ring-fence a grant or fund means to put restrictions on it, so that it can only be used for a particular purpose. The Treasury has now agreed to ring-fence the money to ensure that it goes directly towards helping elderly people
ring-necked parakeet
African parakeet
ringed
Simple past tense and past participle of ring
ringer
A stockman; a drover
ringer
In the game of horseshoes, when the horseshoe lands around the pole
ringer
A person with orange or red hair, often used as an insult
ringer
A person highly proficient at a skill or sport who is brought in, often fraudulently, to supplement a team
ringer
A person, animal, or entity which resembles another so closely as to be taken for the other. (Now usually in the phrase dead ringer)
ringer
A top performer
ringer
Someone who rings, especially a bell ringer

Good ringers, pull your best, quoth he.

ringing
Present participle of ring
ringing
Made forcefully; powerful
ringlike
Like a ring; round or nearly so

The worm had a number of ringlike bands around its body.

rings
plural form of ring
rings
A gymnastics apparatus and discipline consisting of 2 rings suspended from a bar
rings
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of ring
rung
Past participle of ring
rung
A crosspiece between legs of a chair
rung
A crosspiece forming a step of a ladder
ringer
{n} one who rings, one skilled in ringing
rung
{n} a ship's floor timber
rang
of Ring, v
rang
Rang is the past tense of ring. Past tense of ring. the past tense of ring
ring binder
A ring binder is a file with hard covers, which you can insert pages into. The pages are held in by metal rings on a bar attached to the inside of the file
ring finger
{i} fourth finger, finger between the pinky and middle fingers
ring finger
Your ring finger is the third finger of your left or right hand, without counting your thumb. In some countries, people wear a ring on this finger to show that they are engaged or married. The third finger of the left hand. the finger, next to the smallest finger on your hand, that you traditionally wear your wedding ring on index finger
ring finger
the third finger (especially of the left hand)
ring in
If you ring in, you phone a place, such as the place where you work. Cecil wasn't there, having rung in to say he was taking the day off
ring in
inform, give information
ring off
When you ring off, you put down the receiver at the end of a telephone call. She had rung off before he could press her for an answer
ring off
finish a telephone conversation, hang up the phone
ring out
sound loudly; "a shot rang out"
ring out
sound loudly; "a shot rang out
ring out
If a sound rings out, it can be heard loudly and clearly. A single shot rang out
ring road
a road encircling a built-up area used as a bypass or as service road by the area
ring road
Theoretically, a circular road built around the perimiter of a built-up area as a bypass for traffic from all directions, the idea being to distribute traffic around the edge rather than squeeze it through the centre In American terms, a beltway In practice, many ring roads in Britain are incomplete - often planned that way - not just with coastal towns but in some cases because traffic volumes on the 'gap' side are not high enough, or for more complex political reasons The name 'ring road' still applies In some cases called "circulars" See also orbital
ring road
(British) beltway, highway that encircles a city
ring road
Road encircling an urban area to enable traffic to avoid the centre of that area
ring road
A ring road is a road that goes round the edge of a town so that traffic does not have to go through the town centre. a road that goes around a large town to keep the traffic away from the centre bypass
ring road
a road that takes traffic around the edge of a town
ring up
see ring 1
ring up
If a company rings up an amount of money, usually a large amount of money, it makes that amount of money in sales or profits. The advertising agency rang up 1.4 billion dollars in yearly sales
ring up
If a shop assistant rings up a sale on a cash register, he or she presses the keys in order to record the amount that is being spent. She was ringing up her sale on an ancient cash register
ringed
An engine which uses a piston with a piston ring Compare to ABC or ABN Best used in dusty environments, a ringed engine is less susceptible to damage from contaminants in the fuel/air mixture, but does not provide the higher compression ratio of the ABC/ABN engines
ringed
Provided with a ring or rings (Said of the falcon )
ringed
Marked with rings, circles or loops
ringed
adorned or crowned with a circlet; sometimes used as combining forms; "a brow encircled with laurel"; "wreathed in an extraordinary luminescence"; "ringed round with daisies"; "smoke-wreathed"
ringed
Wearning a wedding ring; hence, lawfully wedded
ringed
shaped like a ring
ringed
Encircled or marked with, or as with, a ring or rings
ringed
wearing a wedding ring; lawfully married; "a ringed wife"- Tennyson
ringer
A team player who is rated to low for the level he is capable of playing
ringer
If you say that one person is a ringer or a dead ringer for another, you mean that they look exactly like each other
ringer
A bell ringer is someone who rings church bells or hand bells as a hobby
ringer
A bell in a telephone which indicates if a telephone call is coming in
ringer
One who, or that which, rings; especially, one who rings chimes on bells
ringer
a contestant entered in a competition under false pretenses
ringer
a person who rings church bells (as for summoning the congregation)
ringer
A crowbar
ringer
A good player who enters a competition under less than truthful circumstances, usually by claiming a handicap that is much higher than it should be Also known as a sandbagger
ringer
(horseshoes) the successful throw of a horseshoe or quoit so as to encircle a stake or peg a contestant entered in a competition under false pretenses a person who is almost identical to another
ringer
A horse that is not entitled to take part in a race, but is fraudulently got into it
ringer
(horseshoes) the successful throw of a horseshoe or quoit so as to encircle a stake or peg
ringer
a person who is almost identical to another
ringer
The device that produces the electronic ringing sound in your telephone
ringer
{i} person or thing that rings; person or thing that encircles; dead ringer; double, simulacrum; person who enters or is substituted in a competition with the intent to defraud or deceive; (USA & Canada) marble game in which the players put marbles in cross shape inside the center of a circle and each player must knock as many marbles outside the circle by shooting with another marble; horseshoe thrown over a stake; one who rings church bell
ringer
T-shirt, with solid body featuring ribbed crew neck (and sleeve bands) in a contrasting color
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