Part of speech:
A ring or circular band worn as an ornament
The definition of a loop is a length of something that is folded back on itself so that it leaves an opening in the middle.
A fixed charge or tax for a privilege, especially for passage across a bridge or along a road.
The loud ringing of a bell or set of bells
Shaped like or forming a ring.
(Colloquial) London Underground
A group of people inside a political party, club, government, etc. working in a common cause against other such groups or against the main body
(Chemistry) A functional entity consisting of certain atoms whose presence provides a certain property to a molecule, such as the methyl group.
A group of youths from one neighborhood banded together for social reasons; often specif., a band of juvenile delinquents
Monopoly is defined as being the only one in a given market selling a specific product, or having exclusive control over a certain thing, or the trade mark of a board game where the aim is to buy properties on the board and then build hotels on those properties.
A group of independent producers or sellers in a particular industry, or a group of businesses with a common interest, who have joined together to reduce competition between themselves by allocating markets, sharing knowledge, or controlling the price and production of a product or service. See also monopoly and oligopoly.
The area enclosed or bounded by an angle formed in this manner:
The definition of a pool is a combination or gathering of people or resources for the same purpose.
(Sports) A group of players ranked according to ability within a team:
A square platform or similar area, enclosed by ropes, for prizefights
The area roped for a fight
The area roped for a fight
Any of numerous clear or translucent, yellowish or brownish substances that ooze from certain trees and plants. Resins are used in products such as varnishes, lacquers, adhesives, plastics, and drugs. Balsam is a resin.
An apparatus for striking a bell or set of bells to produce a musical sound.
The definition of a knell is a low and solemn ringing tone, or a bad omen.
(UK, informal) A telephone call.
The strident call of a crane or goose.
The sound produced by or as if by bits of metal striking together.
Noisy or annoying talk
Alternative form of ding dong (sound made by a bell)
Circle means to surround or move around someone or something.
To put or form a rim on or around
To be present on all or nearly all sides of; encircle
To encircle or fasten with a belt or band
To reverberate is defined as to continue to sound, such as in a series of echoes.
To move back and forth or to and fro, especially rhythmically and rapidly:
To ring a doorbell.
To ring; clang.
To summon is to order to meet, to bring together or to order to come.
Formed like a ring or of rings
A surface generated by rotating a closed curve about an axis that is in the same plane as the curve but does not intersect it.
(Archit.) A ringlike molding where the shaft of a column joins the capital
A ringlike figure, part, structure, or marking, such as a growth ring on the scale of a fish.
One of a pair of small bands that hold material taut for embroidery work
A causal, parallel, or reciprocal relationship; a correlation:
A decorative band or other fabric around the neckline.
A secret scheme or plot.
An assembly or council; esp., a Spanish or Latin American legislative or administrative body
To shut in all around; hem in; fence in; surround
To beat with a belt or strap.
To keep within limits; restrict
To strike (the hands) together with an abrupt, loud sound, usually repeatedly:
(Intransitive) To make sudden loud noises, and often repeatedly, especially by exploding or hitting something.
To strike about in or hunt through underbrush, woods, etc. for game
(Intransitive) To sound by percussion, with blows, or as if with blows.
(Intransitive) to apply a force such that an object comes toward the person or thing applying the force
To put (a player) at a position in a sport or in a game:
To cause to sound
(Intransitive) to make a reverberating sound
To call by ringing
To call by ringing
To call by ringing
A group of persons organized for a particular purpose; an association or business.
An object of mockery, jest, or play:
Noise is defined as a sound, especially a loud one.
To examine a body organ or part by causing to emit sound; auscultate.
(Zoology) Of or pertaining to the Annulosa.
Rounded or circular; specif., rolled into a coil on its axis with the apex in the center, as the new fronds of a fern
A faintly colored luminous ring appearing to surround a celestial body (such as the Moon or Sun) that is visible through a haze or thin cloud, caused by diffraction of light from suspended matter in the intervening medium.
A finger ring made of two or more interlocked rings.
Quality, state, or instance of being sonorous; resonance
Any of the rings on a harness, through which the reins pass
To put a border on.
As close or tight as can be
To gird; encompass.
To sail or fly around (the earth, an island, etc.)
To set in, or furnish with, a collet
To move in a circle around
To look at:
To encircle with a halo.
To join together in a syndicate.
Free means to release or let go.
A closed path through which an electric current flows or may flow. &diamf3; Circuits in which a power source is connected to two or more components (such as light bulbs, or logic gates in a computer circuit), one after the other, are called series circuits. If the circuit is broken, none of the components receives a current. Circuits in which a power source is directly connected to two or more components are called parallel circuits. If a break occurs in the circuit, only the component along whose path the break occurs stops receiving a current.
Something resembling such an object:
A circular or spiral motion or form, especially a circular ocean current.
A solid disk or a rigid circular ring connected by spokes to a hub, designed to turn around an axle passed through the center.
(Military) A body of soldiers drawn up in a circle, as for defence, especially infantry to repel cavalry.
A transitory association of animals of the same species in which members join forces against another animal or animals to defend against an attack or gain access to a resource.
To bind around; gird
To surround; encircle:
To encircle or surround with or as if with a girdle.
To gird; girdle
To beset is to harass or have trouble on an ongoing basis from multiple sources or from all sides.
To encircle; surround:
To hide or protect oneself, as if behind a hedge
To call is to make a sound intended to attract a person's attention, or is when an animal makes a special sound to attract other animals, or to use the telephone to contact someone.
To transmit (a message, for example) by telephone:
To signal (a number) in making a telephone call:
A system of geometry:
(Slang) A straight, or conventional, person
To put a border or edge on:
To become open
To communicate with (someone) by telephone
A layer of wood formed in a plant during a single period of growth. Growth rings are visible as concentric circles of varying width when a tree is cut crosswise. They represent layers of cells produced by vascular cambium. &diamf3; Most growth rings reflect a full year's growth and are called annual rings. But abrupt changes in the environment, especially in the availability of water, can cause a plant to produce more than one growth ring in a year.
A technique used in the study of wild birds, by attaching a small, individually numbered, metal or plastic tag to their legs or wings.
An arrangement of atoms of the same type that forms a ring. Benzene and naphthalene are closed-chain compounds.
Something whose form is reminiscent of a ring-shaped cake.
a toroidal shape
To lie along, move along, or be an edge or a border.
Echo is defined as a sound repeating by sound wave reflection, having a lasting or far reaching impact, or repeating what someone else has said.
An arrangement of atoms of the same type that does not form a ring. Aliphatic compounds, such as ethane and isopropyl alcohol, are open-chain compounds.
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