A circumscribing object, (roughly) circular and hollow, looking like an annual ring, earring, finger ring etc. (noun)
A round piece of (precious) metal worn around the finger. (noun)
A bird band, a round piece of metal put around a bird's leg used for identification and studies of migration. (noun)
A piece of food in the shape of a ring, as in onion ring (noun)
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. (noun)
An exclusive group of people, usually involving some unethical or illegal practices; as a crime ring, prostitution ring, etc. (noun)
A planar geometrical figure included between two concentric circles. (noun)
A formation of various pieces of material orbiting around a planet. (noun)
A diacritical mark in the shape of a hollow circle placed above or under the letter; a krouÅ¾ek. (noun)
An old English measure of corn equal to the coomb or half a quarter. (noun)
a large circular prehistoric stone construction such as Stonehenge. (noun)
A hierarchical level of privilege in a computer system, usually at hardware level, used to protect data and functionality (also protection ring). (noun)
In a jack plug, the connector between the tip and the sleeve. (noun)
To surround or enclose. (verb)
To make an incision around; to girdle. (verb)
To attach a ring to, especially for identification. (verb)
To rise in the air spirally. (verb)
The resonant sound of a bell, or a sound resembling it. (noun)
A pleasant or correct sound. (noun)
A telephone call. (noun)
Of a bell, to produce sound; to make a bell produce sound. (verb)
To produce the sound of a bell or a similar sound. (verb)
Of something spoken or written, to appear to be, to seem, to sound. (verb)
To telephone someone. (verb)
to resound, reverberate, echo (verb)
An algebraic structure which consists of a set with two binary operations, an additive operation and a multiplicative operation, such that the set is an abelian group under the additive operation, a monoid under the multiplicative operation, and such that the multiplicative operation is distributive with respect to the additive operation. (noun)
An algebraic structure as above, but only required to be a semigroup under the multiplicative operation, that is, there need not be a multiplicative identity element. (noun)
Examples of word ring
With the genitive to be supplied: brÄ“ac Ã¾onne mÅste, 1488; imp. brÅ«c Ã¾isses bÄ“ages, _enjoy this ring, take this ring_, 1217.
With the genitive to be supplied: breÃ¡c Ã¾onne mÃ´ste, 1488; imp. brÃ»c Ã¾isses beÃ¡ges, _enjoy this ring, take this ring_, 1217.
Brantefield's cause of belief, first: her ladyship declared that she never wore Sir Josseline's ring without putting on after it a _guard ring_, a ring which, being tighter than Sir Josseline's, kept it safe on her finger.
They call the house. * ring ring ring* Burglar hears the answering machine pick up and goes, "Oh, awesome, empty house."
I can't really complain since it's my own decision and I'm going back to HafnarfjÃ¶rÃ°ur with a spanking new, albeit overpriced due to run amok inflation, bike. * ring ring*