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English definition of “ring”

ring

noun
 
 
/rɪŋ/
a group of people working together illegally: a drugs/smuggling/betting ring
STOCK MARKET the part of a stock exchange or commodity exchange (= place where oil, metal, grain, coffee, etc. are traded) where the buying and selling takes place: Some commodity markets still have a trading floor or ring. → See also pit
give sb a ring UK informal COMMUNICATIONS to call someone on the phone: If we can be of any further assistance please give us a ring.
→ See also auction ring, price ring
(Definition of ring noun from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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