Từ điển trực tuyến - Online Dictionary

English - Vietnamese Dictionary
ring /riɳ/
  • danh từ
    • cái nhẫn
    • cái đai (thùng...)
    • vòng tròn
      • to dance in a ring: nhảy vòng tròn
    • (thể dục,thể thao) vũ đài
    • (the ring) môn quyền anh
    • nơi biểu diễn (hình tròn)
    • vòng người vây quanh (để xem cái gì...); vòng cây bao quanh
    • quầng (mặt trăng, mắt...)
      • the moon lies in the middle of a ring of light: mặt trăng nằm giữa một quầng sáng
      • to have rings round the eyes: có quầng mắt
    • nhóm, bọn, ổ
      • a ring of dealers at a public auction: một nhóm con buôn trong một cuộc đấu giá
      • spy ring: ổ gián điệp
    • (thương nghiệp) nghiệp đoàn, cacten
    • (chính trị) nhóm chính trị, phe phái
      • political ring: nhóm chính trị
    • (the ring) bọn đánh cá ngựa chuyên nghiệp (chuyên nhận tiền của người khác để đánh thuê)
    • (kỹ thuật) vòng, vòng đai
    • (thực vật học) vòng gỗ hằng năm (của cây)
    • to keep (hold) the ring
      • (nghĩa bóng) giữ thái độ trung lập
    • to make (run) rings round somebody
      • chạy nhanh hơn ai gấp trăm lần, làm nhanh hơn ai gấp trăm lần; hơn hẳn, bỏ xa ai, vượt xa ai
  • ngoại động từ
    • đeo nhẫn cho (ai), đeo vòng cho (ai)
    • xỏ vòng mũi cho (trâu, bò)
    • đánh đai (thùng)
      • to ring a barrel: đánh đai một cái thùng
    • (+ round, in, about) bao vây, vây quanh; chạy quanh vòng để dồn (súc vật...) vào
    • cắt (hành, khoai...) thành khoanh
    • nội động từ
      • lượn vòng bay lên (chim ưng...)
      • chạy vòng quanh (con cáo bị săn đuổi...)
      • to ring the round
        • (thông tục) bỏ xa, hơn rất nhiều, vượt xa
    • danh từ
      • bộ chuông, chùm chuông (nhà thờ)
      • tiếng chuông; sự rung chuông
        • to give the bell a ring: rung chuông
        • to hear a ring at the door: nghe thấy tiếng chuông ở cửa
      • tiếng chuông điện thoại; sự gọi dây nói
        • to give someone a ring: gọi dây nói cho ai
      • tiếng rung, tiếng rung ngân, tiếng leng keng (của kim loại)
        • the ring of a coin: tiếng leng keng của đồng tiền
        • the ring of one's voice: tiếng ngân của giọng nói
      • vẻ
        • there is a ring of sincerity in his words: lời nói của anh ta có vẻ thành thật
    • nội động từ rang, rung
      • rung, reo, kêu keng keng (chuông)
        • the bell rings: chuông reo, chuông kêu leng keng
        • the telephone is ringing: chuông điện thoại đang réo
      • rung vang, ngân vang, vang lên
        • her laughter rang loud and clear: tiếng cười của cô ta vang lên lanh lảnh
      • văng vẳng (trong tai...)
        • his last words still ring in my ears: lời nói cuối cùng của ông ta còn văng vẳng bên tai tôi
      • nghe có vẻ
        • to ring true: nghe có vẻ thật
        • to ring false (hollow): nghe vó vẻ giả
      • ù lên, kêu o o, kêu vo vo (tai)
        • my ears are ringing: tai tôi cứ ù lên, tai tôi cứ kêu vo vo
      • rung chuông gọi, rung chuông báo hiệu
        • the bell was ringing for dinner: chuông rung báo giờ ăn cơm
        • to ring at the door: rung chuông gọi cửa
    • ngoại động từ
      • rung, làm kêu leng keng (chuông...)
      • rung chuông báo hiệu
        • to ring the alarm: rung chuông báo động
        • to ring a burial: rung chuông báo hiệu giờ làm lễ mai táng
        • to ring down the curtain: rung chuông hạ màn
        • to up the curtain: rung chuông mở màn
      • gõ xem thật hay gỉa, gieo xem thật hay giả (đóng tiền)
        • to ring a coin: gõ (gieo) đồng tiền xem thật hay giả
      • to ring in
        • rung chuông đón vào
      • to ring in the New Year: rung chuông đón mừng năm mới
      • to ring off
        • ngừng nói chuyện bằng điện thoại; mắc ống nói lên
      • to ring out
        • vang lên
      • rung chuông tiễn mời ra
        • to ring out the old year: rung chuông tiễn năm cũ đi
      • to ring up
        • gọi dây nói
      • to ring somebody up: gọi dây nói cho ai
      • to ring the bell
        • (xem) bell
      • to ring the changes on a subject
        • (xem) change
      • to ring the knell of
        • báo hiệu sự kết thúc của, báo hiệu sự sụp đổ của; báo hiệu sự cáo chung của
      • ring off!
        • huộc ryến giát im đi!
    Concise Dictionary
    +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)
    +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
    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.
    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.
    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.
    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
    noun, verb-see also RING
    + noun
    1 [C] a piece of jewellery that you wear on your finger, consisting of a circular band of gold, silver, etc., sometimes decorated with precious stones: a gold ring + A large diamond glittered on her ring finger (= the finger next to the little finger, especially on the left hand).
    2 [C] an object in the shape of a circle with a large hole in the middle: a key ring + curtain rings + onion rings
    3 [C] a circular mark or shape: She had dark rings around her eyes from lack of sleep. + The children sat on the floor in a ring.
    for performance / competition
    4 [C] an enclosed area in which animals or people perform or compete, with seats around the outside for the audience: a boxing ring + a circus ring + The next competitor rode into the ring.
    See also - BULLRING
    for cooking
    5 [C] (especially BrE) a small flat plate on a cooker/stove that is heated by gas or electricity and is used for cooking on
    Synonym: BURNER
    to turn off the gas ring
    group of people
    6 [C] a group of people who are working together, especially in secret or illegally: a spy ring + a drugs ring
    Idioms: run rings around / round sb (informal) to be much better at doing sth than sb else: I used to beat my son at chess but now he runs rings around me.
    more at HAT
    + verb
    (ringed, ringed) [VN]
    1 [often passive] ~ sb/sth (with sth) to surround sb/sth: Thousands of demonstrators ringed the building.
    bird's leg
    2 to put a metal ring around a bird's leg so that it can be easily identified in the future
    draw circle
    3 (especially BrE) to draw a circle around sth
    Synonym: CIRCLE
    Ring the correct answer in pencil.
    verb, noun-see also RING
    + verb (rang )
    1 (BrE) (also call AmE, BrE) ~ sb/sth (up) to telephone sb/sth: [VN] I'll ring you up later. + He rang up the police station. + When is the best time to ring New York? + [V] David rang up while you were out. + He said he was ringing from London. + I'm ringing about your advertisement in the paper. + Could you ring for a cab? + She rang to say she'd be late. - PHONE
    2 [V] (of a telephone) to make a sound because sb is trying to telephone you: Will you answer the telephone if it rings?
    3 if you ring a bell or if a bell rings, it produces a sound: [VN] Someone was ringing the doorbell. + [V] The church bells rang. + The doorbell rang loudly. + Just ring for the nurse (= attract the nurse's attention by ringing a bell) if you need her.
    with sound
    4 [V] ~ (with sth) (literary) to be full of a sound; to fill a place with sound: The house rang with children's laughter. + Applause rang through the hall.
    with quality
    5 [V] to be full of a particular quality: His words rang with pride.
    of ears
    6 [V] to be uncomfortable and be unable to hear clearly, usually because you have heard a loud noise, etc: The music was so loud it made my ears ring.
    Idioms: ring a bell (informal) to sound familiar to you, as though you have heard it before: His name rings a bell but I can't think where we met.
    ring the changes (with sth) (BrE) to make changes to sth in order to have greater variety: Ring the changes with a new colour.
    ring in your ears / head to make you feel that you can still hear sth: His warning was still ringing in my ears.
    ring off the hook (usually used in the progressive tenses) (AmE) (of a telephone) to ring many times: The phone has been ringing off the hook with offers of help.
    ring true / hollow / false to give the impression of being sincere/true or not sincere/true: It may seem a strange story but it rings true to me.
    more at ALARM n.
    Phrasal Verbs: ring back
    ring sb<->back (BrE) to telephone sb again, for example because they were not there when you called earlier, or to return a call they made to you: He isn't here now-could you ring back later? + I'll ask Simon to ring you back when he gets in.
    ring in (BrE) to telephone a television or radio show, or the place where you work: People from all over the country have been ringing in to make donations. + Sue has rung in sick.
    ring in sth to ring bells to celebrate sth, especially the new year
    ring off (BrE) to put down the telephone because you have finished speaking: He rang off before I could explain.
    ring out to be heard loudly and clearly: A number of shots rang out. + His deep voice rang out for all to hear.
    ring round
    ring round sb/sth (BrE) to telephone a number of people in order to organize sth or to get some information, etc: I rang round all the travel agents in the area.
    ring through (to sb) (BrE) to make a telephone call to sb, especially within the same building: Reception just rang through to say my visitor has arrived.
    ring sth<->up to enter the cost of goods being bought in a shop/store on a CASH REGISTER by pressing the buttons; to make sales of a particular value: She rang up all the items on the till. + The company rang up sales of $166 million last year.
    + noun
    of bell
    1 [C] the sound that a bell makes; the act of ringing a bell: There was a ring at the door. + He gave a couple of loud rings on the doorbell.
    2 [sing.] a loud clear sound: the ring of horse's hooves on the cobblestones
    3 [sing.] ~ (of sth) a particular quality that words, sounds, etc. have: His explanation has a ring of truth about it. + Her protestation of innocence had a hollow ring to it (= did not sound sincere). + The story had a familiar ring to it (= as if I had heard it before).
    Idioms: give sb a ring (BrE, informal) to make a telephone call to sb: I'll give you a ring tomorrow. - PHONE
    Collocation Dictionary

    1 piece of jewellery


    engagement, eternity, signet, wedding | diamond, gold, etc.
    She wore a diamond engagement ring.


    have on, wear
    He had a signet ring on his little finger.
    | put on | take off


    (= the finger next to the little finger, especially on the left hand)

    2 circle


    inner | outer | concentric
    The street plan of the city has evolved as a series of concentric rings.
    | black, dark
    He had dark rings around his eyes.
    | smoke, tree
    to blow smoke rings


    form, stand in
    The children formed a ring around their teacher.


    in a/the ~
    The children sat on the floor in a ring.

    3 where a performance, match, etc. takes place


    boxing, bull, circus, show, wrestling


    in/into the ~
    He was back in the ring (= the boxing ring)only a month after the injury.


    retire from the ring
    (= stop boxing)

    4 people involved in sth secret/illegal


    drugs, smuggling, spy


    be involved in | break up
    Customs officials have broken up a major drugs ring.

    5 telephone call


    give sb
    I'll give you a ring once I get home.

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