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ring off

UK ( UK/US hang up) phrasal verb with ring
 
 
/rɪŋ/ verb ( past tense rang, past participle rung)
to end a telephone conversation and put down the part of the telephone that you speak into: She'd rung off before I could say goodbye.Communicating by telephone
Translations of “ring off”
in Chinese (Traditional) 掛斷電話…
in Russian повесить трубку…
in Turkish telefonda konuşmayı sonlandırmak, ahizeyi yerine koymak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 挂断电话…
in Polish odkładać słuchawkę, rozłączać się…
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