Ring

m; -(e)s, -e
1. allg.: ring; einen Ring anstecken put on a ring, put a ring on one’s finger; einen Ring im Ohr tragen wear a ring in one’s ear; die Ringe wechseln exchange rings; die olympischen Ringe the Olympic rings; Ringe unter den Augen fig. bags (oder [dark] rings) under one’s eyes
2. (Kreis) circle; einen Ring bilden form a ring (oder circle); der Ring schließt sich fig. the wheel comes full circle
3. SPORT, Boxen: ring; in den Ring steigen climb into the ring; Ring frei! Boxen: seconds out!; der Ring ist frei für neue Verhandlungen fig. the way is clear for further negotiations
4. SPORT, Turnen: Ringe rings; an den Ringen turnen exercise on the rings
5. Dichtung: washer; von Einmachglas: rubber seal
6. (Straße) ring road, Am. beltway, orbital (road)
7. (Spionage-, Verbrecherring) ring
8. (Lesering) book club
9. (Wurfring) quoit, ring
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der Ring
(Boxsport) ring;
(Kreisform) hoop; round; ring;
(Schmuckstück) ring; circlet
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Rịng [rɪŋ]
m -(e)s, -e
1) ring; (= Kettenring) link; (= Wurfring) quoit; (= Einweckring) seal, rubber; (= Rettungsring) life buoy, life belt

die Ringe tauschen or wechseln — to exchange rings

2) (= Kreis) (= Jahresring, Rauchring) ring; (auf dem Wasser, von Menschen) circle, ring; (= Ringstraße) ring road

(dunkle) Ringe unter den Augen haben — to have (dark) rings under one's eyes

3) (SPORT) (= Boxring) ring; (von Schießscheibe) ring, circle

Ringe (Turnen) — rings

acht Ringe schießen — to score an eight

Ring frei! — seconds out or away!; (fig) clear the decks!

in den Ring steigen (lit) — to climb into the ring; (fig) to enter the lists or the fray

4) (ASTRON, MET, CHEM) ring
5) (= Vereinigung) circle, group; (von Großhändlern, Erzeugern) group; (= Bande) ring; (THEAT = Abonnentenring) theatre-goers' (Brit) or theater-goers' (US) group
6) (liter = Kreislauf) circle, cycle

der Ring schließt sich — the circle is completed or closed, the wheel comes or turns full circle

7) (= Sagenzyklus) cycle

der Ring (des Nibelungen) — the Ring (of the Nibelung)

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der
1) (a drift or curl of smoke, mist etc: wreaths of smoke.) wreath
2) (a small circle eg of gold or silver, sometimes having a jewel set in it, worn on the finger: a wedding ring; She wears a diamond ring.) ring
3) (a circle of metal, wood etc for any of various purposes: a scarf-ring; a key-ring; The trap-door had a ring attached for lifting it.) ring
4) (anything which is like a circle in shape: The children formed a ring round their teacher; The hot teapot left a ring on the polished table.) ring
5) (an enclosed space for boxing matches, circus performances etc: the circus-ring; The crowd cheered as the boxer entered the ring.) ring
6) (a small group of people formed for business or criminal purposes: a drugs ring.) ring
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Ring
<-[e]s, -e>
[rɪŋ]
m
1. (Fingerring) ring
einen \Ring am Finger tragen to wear a ring on one's finger
die \Ringe tauschen [o (geh) wechseln] to exchange rings
2. (Öse) ring
3. (Kreis) circle
einen \Ring um jdn bilden to form a circle round sb
dunkle \Ringe [unter den Augen] dark rings [under one's eyes]
4. (Syndikat) Händler, Dealer, Hehler ring; Lebensmittelhändler, Versicherungen syndicate
5. (Ringstraße) ring road BRIT, beltway AM
6. (Boxring) ring
\Ring frei! seconds out!
7. (Kreis in einer Schießscheibe) ring
8. pl (Turngerät) rings npl
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der; Ring[e]s, Ringe
1) ring
2) (BoxRing) ring

Ring frei zur zweiten Runde — seconds out for the second round

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Ring m; -(e)s, -e
1. allg: ring;
einen Ring anstecken put on a ring, put a ring on one’s finger;
einen Ring im Ohr tragen wear a ring in one’s ear;
die Ringe wechseln exchange rings;
die olympischen Ringe the Olympic rings;
Ringe unter den Augen fig bags (oder [dark] rings) under one’s eyes
2. (Kreis) circle;
einen Ring bilden form a ring (oder circle);
der Ring schließt sich fig the wheel comes full circle
3. SPORT, Boxen: ring;
in den Ring steigen climb into the ring;
Ring frei! Boxen: seconds out!;
der Ring ist frei für neue Verhandlungen fig the way is clear for further negotiations
4. SPORT, Turnen:
Ringe rings;
an den Ringen turnen exercise on the rings
5. Dichtung: washer; von Einmachglas: rubber seal
6. (Straße) ring road, US beltway, orbital (road)
7. (Spionage-, Verbrecherring) ring
8. (Lesering) book club
9. (Wurfring) quoit, ring
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der; Ring[e]s, Ringe
1) ring
2) (BoxRing) ring

Ring frei zur zweiten Runde — seconds out for the second round

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-e m.
circlet n.
curl n.
ring n.

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