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ring off

UK phrasal verb with ring /rɪŋ/ verb
to end a telephone conversation intentionally
掛斷電話
She said "No, thank you" and rang off hurriedly.
她說了一句「不了,多謝」就匆匆掛了電話。
Communicating by telephone
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