- • relatively common term for the anus. e.g. " That curry I had last night has scorched my ring-piece !".
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ring-piece — n British the anus. An elaboration of ring popular ised by its constant appearance in Viz comic … Contemporary slang
ring-piece — Noun. The anus. Cf. ring … English slang and colloquialisms
ring — Noun. The anus. Cf. ring piece … English slang and colloquialisms
Ring of Fire — Single par Johnny Cash extrait de l’album Ring of Fire: The Best of Johnny Cash Face B Get Rhythm Sortie 1963 Enregistrement 25 mars 1963 Durée … Wikipédia en Français
ring pull — noun The tongue of metal and the ring attached to it, which one pulls from or on the top of a can of beer, lemonade, etc to open it • • • Main Entry: ↑ring * * * n. a ring shaped pull tab on a can or other container * * * noun, pl ⋯ pulls [count] … Useful english dictionary
ring-pull — UK US noun [countable] [singular ring pull plural ring pulls] british a ring that you pull to open a can Thesaurus: lids and other parts of containersmeronym bags and cases for carrying possessions … Useful english dictionary
ring fence — ► NOUN 1) a fence completely enclosing a piece of land. 2) an effective barrier. ► VERB (ring fence) 1) enclose with a ring fence. 2) guard securely. 3) guarantee that (funds for a particular purpose) will not be spent on anything else … English terms dictionary
ring */*/*/ — I UK [rɪŋ] / US verb Word forms ring : present tense I/you/we/they ring he/she/it rings present participle ringing past tense rang UK [ræŋ] / US past participle rung UK [rʌŋ] / US 1) [transitive] to make a bell produce a sound He rang the… … English dictionary
ring — ring1 ringless, adj. ringlike, adj. /ring/, n., v., ringed, ringing. n. 1. a typically circular band of metal or other durable material, esp. one of gold or other precious metal, often set with gems, for wearing on the finger as an ornament, a… … Universalium
ring — ring1 W2S1 [rıŋ] n ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(jewellery)¦ 2¦(circle)¦ 3 give somebody a ring 4¦(bells)¦ 5¦(criminals)¦ 6 have the/a ring of something 7 have a familiar ring 8 run rings around somebody 9¦(cooking)¦ … Dictionary of contemporary English