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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “ring”

ring

verb [T] (CIRCLE)
圓圈
 
 
/rɪŋ/ (ringed, ringed)
to surround something
包圍;環繞;圍住
Armed police ringed the hijacked plane.
武裝員警包圍了被劫持的飛機。
The harbour is dangerous - it's ringed by/with rocks and reefs.
這個港口很危險——周圍有很多礁石和暗礁。
Enclosing, surrounding and immersing
UK to draw a circle round something
繞…畫圓;在…周圍畫圈
Students should ring the correct answers in pencil.
學生們應該用鉛筆將正確的答案圈出。
Enclosing, surrounding and immersing
to put a ring on something, especially an animal
(尤指在動物身上)套環,戴上環套
We ringed the birds (= put rings around their legs) so that we could identify them later.
我們給鳥腳上戴上環套,以便將來可以辨識出它們。
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(Definition of ring verb (CIRCLE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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