ring off Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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"ring off" in British English

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ring off

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phrasal verb with ring uk   us   /rɪŋ/ verb
to end a ​phoneconversationintentionally: She said "No, ​thank you" and ​rang off ​hurriedly.
(Definition of ring off from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"ring off" in Business English

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ring off

phrasal verb with ring uk   us   /rɪŋ/ verb (rang, rung)
[I] COMMUNICATIONS to end a ​phonecall: Many ​callers are annoyed by being ​forced to ​talk to a ​machine, and ​ring off.
(Definition of ring off from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “ring off”
in Chinese (Simplified) 挂断电话…
in Turkish telefonda konuşmayı sonlandırmak, ahizeyi yerine koymak…
in Russian повесить трубку…
in Chinese (Traditional) 掛斷電話…
in Polish odkładać słuchawkę, rozłączać się…
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