Definition of ring in
1 : to celebrate the beginning of (something, such as a new year) How did you ring in the new millennium? We're going to New York to ring in the New Year.
2 chiefly British : to make a telephone call to a place (such as the place where one works) She was feeling too ill to go to the office yesterday so she rang in sick.
3 : to make a telephone call to a radio or television program Thousands of people rang in to make a donation.
Word by Word Definitions
: a circular band for holding, connecting, hanging, pulling, packing, or sealing
: a circlet usually of precious metal worn especially on the finger
: a circular line, figure, or object
: to provide with a ring
: to place or form a ring around : encircle
: to sound resonantly or sonorously
: to be filled with a reverberating sound : resound
: to have the sensation of being filled with a humming sound
: a set of bells
: a clear resonant sound made by or resembling that made by vibrating metal
: resonant tone : sonority
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