a small circular piece of metal, especially gold or silver, that is worn on the finger
a circular band or shape, especially of the stated substance or for the stated purpose
a group of people who work together, often dishonestly in business or crime for their own advantage
the small square space closed in with ropes in which people box or wrestle
make, form, or put a ring round
(an act of making) the sound of a bell or a bell-like sound
a certain quality, especially in sth said
cause (a bell) to sound; (of a bell, telephone, etc.) sound
"it has the ring of sincerity"
"a ring of ships in the harbor"
"a halo of smoke"
"there was still a rusty iron hoop for tying a horse"
"police tried to break up the gang"
"a pack of thieves"
"the distinctive ring of the church bell"
"the ringing of the telephone"
"the tintinnabulation that so voluminously swells from the ringing and the dinging of the bells"
"she had rings on every finger"
"he noted that she wore a wedding band"
"the bells rang"
"the hall resounded with laughter"
"Ring the bells"
"My uncle rings every Sunday at the local church"
"I tried to call you all night"
"Take two aspirin and call me in the morning"
"The forest surrounds my property"
"band the geese to observe their migratory patterns"
On his little finger gleamed the heavy signet ring.
出自： E. Langley
The Church is very..handsome, and hath a Ring of eight very good Bells.
出自： T. Hearne
Their footsteps rang on the marble floor.
出自： P. D. James
Lift your left hand slightly after each chord so that the second string rings clearly.
I will..ring these fingers with thy household worms.
出自：King John , Shakespeare
The old house was ringed about with trees.
Our efforts are ringed around with difficulties.
Jim isn't in at the moment, would you like to ring back later?
吉姆现在不在,请你等一会儿再打过来好吗? ring sb ⇔ back
I'll find out the address, and ring you back.
Please ring for the attendant if you need anything.
如果你需要什么,请按铃叫服务员。 ring for sb to-v
You'd better ring for the housekeeper to bring more soap.
你最好按铃叫女管家再拿点肥皂来。 ring sth for sb
She rang the bell for the maid.
He rang in to find out what had happened.
他给家里打电话了解发生了什么事情。 ring in sth
The chimes of the huge clock rang in the New Year.
The airplane rang in a new era.
飞机的发明宣布了一个新时代的来临。 ring in
We have to ring in at the shop before eight o'clock in the morning.
Don't ring off,I haven't finished my story.
I'll have to ring off now; I have a train to catch.
When I asked if I was speaking to Councillor Jones he simply rang off.
Behind us a light silvery laugh rang out.
The clear sound of their singing rang out across the valley as they picked the leaves.
他们采茶时,清脆的歌声在山谷中回荡。 ring out sth
The Scots like to ring out the Old Year.
苏格兰人喜欢鸣钟送旧。 ring out
With all these incoming calls, it was some time before Judith could ring out.
I just ring up to tell you I won't be back for lunch.
我给你打电话是想告诉你我不回去吃午饭了。 ring sb ⇔ up
If you see it, ring up the police at once.
You must ring up Mr. Smith and find out if he is free tomorrow.
I rang him up this morning, but he was out.
Ring them up and tell them to hurry up.
I'll ring you up as soon as I get any information.
I was rung up by an old friend this morning.
今天上午有个老朋友给我打电话。 ring sth ⇔ up
The cashier rang up 20p for the butter.
Business was bad on Mondays; we didn't ring up a sale all morning.
The supermarket clerk rang up Mrs. Smith's purchases and told her she owed 15 dollars.
The whole airport rang with the sound of drums and gongs and the shouting of slogans.
The air rang with the songs and giggles of the young women working there.