Rings
Rings(n)
UK
rɪŋz
US
rɪŋz
Definition: Ring, belt, halo (light, moon, eye).
Meaning: Vòng, vành đai, quầng (sáng, mặt trăng, mắt).
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How to use "Rings" in sentence (example)

The four giant planets, and at least one asteroid, have rings.

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None are as spectacular as Saturn's gorgeous rings.

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There is also a very large system of rings around Saturn.

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These rings are made of ice with smaller amounts of rocks and dust.

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The two most common types of doughnut are ring doughnuts, which are shaped like rings.

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They are women volunteers who served doughnuts to soldiers in France during World War I In Northern Ireland, ring doughnuts are known as 'gravy rings' due to the word 'gravy' being an archaic term for cooking oil.

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Neptune has four rings which are hard to see from the Earth.

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