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Pronunciation of Rings: Learn how to pronounce Rings in English correctly

Learn how to say Rings correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word ring:

1a small circular band, typically of precious metal and often set with one or more gemstones, worn on a finger as an ornament or a token of marriage, engagement, or authority:
a diamond ring
he had a silver ring on one finger
a bishop’s ring
Ornithology, British an aluminium strip secured round a bird’s leg to identify it:
I put a numbered ring on each bird’s leg
2a ring-shaped or circular object:
an inflatable rubber ring
fried onion rings
a circular marking or pattern:
she had black rings round her eyes
a group of people or things arranged in a circle:
a ring of trees
everyone sat in a ring, holding hands
a circular or spiral course:
they were dancing energetically in a ring
chiefly British a flat circular device forming part of a gas or electric hob, providing heat from below:
a gas ring
Astronomy a thin band or disc of rock and ice particles round a planet:
Saturn’s rings
short for tree ring.
short for ring road.
through traffic is diverted along the outer ring
[usually as modifier] Archaeology a circular prehistoric earthwork, typically consisting of a bank and ditch:
a ring ditch
vulgar slang a person’s anus.
3an enclosed space, surrounded by seating for spectators, in which a sport, performance, or show takes place:
a circus ring
a roped enclosure for boxing or wrestling:
a boxing ring
he was knocking me all around the ring
(the ring) the profession, sport, or institution of boxing:
Fogerty quit the ring to play professional rugby league
4a group of people engaged in a shared enterprise, especially one involving illegal or unscrupulous activity:
the police had been investigating the drug ring
5 Chemistry a number of atoms bonded together to form a closed loop in a molecule:
a benzene ring
6 Mathematics a set of elements with two binary operations, addition and multiplication, the second being distributive over the first and associative.