Ring out – English Phrasal Verb – Online English Lessons

To ring out is to produce a loud and clear sound.

If a sound rings out it is loud and easily audible.

Examples of use:

1.His voice rang out across the room.

2. The sound of gunshots rang out in the night.

3. News headline: Cathedral’s newest bells ring out over Truro.

4. Words from a Christmas song: …and the bells are ringing out for Christmas time

infinitive
ring out
present simple
ring out and rings out
-ing form
ringing out
past simple
rang out
past participle
rung out

Can you think of a sound that rings out?

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