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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
rang /ræɳ/
  • động tính từ quá khứ của ring
Concise Dictionary
ræŋ
past of "ring"ring
rang|rung|rings|ringingrɪŋ
noun
+a characteristic sound
+a toroidal shape
+a rigid circular band of metal or wood or other material used for holding or fastening or hanging or pulling
+(chemistry) a chain of atoms in a molecule that forms a closed loop
+an association of criminals
+the sound of a bell ringing
+a square platform marked off by ropes in which contestants box or wrestle
+jewelry consisting of a circlet of precious metal (often set with jewels) worn on the finger
+a strip of material attached to the leg of a bird to identify it (as in studies of bird migration)
verb
+sound loudly and sonorously
+ring or echo with sound
+make (bells) ring, often for the purposes of musical edification
+be around
+get or try to get into communication (with someone) by telephone
+attach a ring to the foot of, in order to identify

Thesaurus Dictionary
n.
1 loop, hoop, band, circle, ringlet, circlet, annulus, grommet, eyelet, quoit, noose, cincture, belt, girdle, cestus or cestos, border, halo, aureole, nimbus, corona, cuff, collar, necklace, neckband, bandeau, fillet, bracelet, armlet, torque or torc, crown, coronet, tiara, diadem, (laurel-)wreath, garland, Mechanics gland, bearing, US and Canadian bushing or Brit also bush, washer, O-ring, Nautical thimble, Architecture and Heraldry annulet, Literary roundlet, Anatomy cingulum:
The rings brought up from the wreck of the ancient Greek trading vessel are worth a great deal
2 rink, enclosure, arena, circus, bullring, Spanish plaza de toros, boxing ring:
I would no sooner get into the ring with him than with a bull!
3 circle, organization, gang, band, pack, cell, team, crew, confederacy, confederation, combination, cartel, mob, bloc, coterie, set, clan, clique, fraternity, brotherhood, sorority, sisterhood, guild, (secret) society, junta or junto, cabal, faction, group, league, alliance, federation, coalition, union, affiliation, camorra, camarilla, Bund:
She was running an international ring of jewel thieves who worked only in the most exclusive resorts.
v.
4 encircle, surround, bind, gird, girt, circle; loop, compass, envelop, encompass, embrace:
The swimming-pool is ringed with dense shrubbery. After the vase is fired, I intend to ring the base with a gold band.
v.
1 peal, chime, toll, knell, tintinnabulate, ding-dong, gong, sound, resonate, resound, echo, re-echo, reverberate; clang, jangle; tinkle, clink, jingle, ding-a-ling, ring-a-ding-ding, Archaic or Dialect knoll:
The bells rang out their joyous announcement of peace on earth.
2 telephone, ring up, phone, call, give (someone) a ring, Colloq (give (someone) a) buzz, give (someone) a tinkle, get (someone) on the blower or horn, US (give (someone) a) jingle:
I'll ring you when I am next in town.
n.
3 ringing, peal, pealing, chime, chiming, toll, tolling, tintinnabulation, knell, sounding, resonating, echo, echoing, re-echo, re-echoing, reverberation, reverberating; clang, clanging, jangle, jangling; tinkle, tinkling, clink, clinking, jingle, jingling, ding-a-ling, ring-a-ding-ding, Archaic or Dialect knoll:
I couldn't hear the ring at the door because the water was running.
4 (telephone or phone) call, Colloq buzz, tinkle, US jingle:
Don't forget to give your mother a ring on Sunday.
Advanced English Dictionary
past tense of RING


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