to give someone a ring

Idiom Definition

Idiom Definition - give someone a ring

"to give someone a ring"

to give someone a telephone call


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Idiom Scenario 1

Idiom Definition - give someone a ring

Two friends are talking on the telephone ...

Friend 1:  I'm headed up to Seattle for the weekend.

Friend 2:  That's great.  Give me a ring when you get here.  We'll go out for drinks and catch up.

Friend 1:  Sounds good.  I'll give you a call when I get in.

Idiom Scenario 2

Idiom Definition - give someone a ring

Two cousins are talking ...

Cousin 1:  I'm going to visit Grandma June tomorrow. Will you come along?

Cousin 2:  I'm kind of busy.

Cousin 1:  It would be great if you visited. Grandma June really likes your visits.

Cousin 2:  I really am too busy but I'll give her a ring.

Cousin 1:  Remember to speak loudly. Grandma June is a little hard of hearing, especially on the telephone.

Sunday Fun Idiom

"to give someone a ring"

Sunday Fun Idiom - give someone a ring

to give someone a ring - Usage:


to give someone a ring - Gerund Form:

Giving an old friend a ring when you are in town is a good way to keep in touch.

to give someone a ring - Examples:

1)  Send me an email or give me a ring if you are interested!

2)  Please give me a ring for more information.

3)  These services start from just 25/month, so give me a ring on 01923 201855 to see how we can ...

4)  ... alternatively give me a ring at the free One-2-One youth hotline on 0800-22-11-121.

5)  ... are thinking of selling and want one of those few slots, give me a ring or send over an email and I'll save it for you.

6)  ... send me an email or give me a ring, and I'll do my best to answer you.

7)  If anyone wants to give me a ring -- I am more than happy to talk to you personally ...

8)  You might want to try it out, so give me a ring if you want to take my bike for a spin somewhere over the holidays, ...

9)  Give me a ring to let me know you are on your way before you leave the house.

10)  ... and it worked so will give them a ring and see what they say.

11)  Be careful of those friends who give you a ring the night before the exam to wail, ...

12)  ... emailed me with a phone number of a contact so might give them a ring to see if I can clarify the warranty situation.

13)  Thanks again for your help, will give you a ring when I have the car.

14)  Of course, if you have any questions, feel free to give us a ring on 1800 374 247.

15)  If you would like to make a booking, why not give us a ring on 01262 679695 or send us an e- mail to ...

16)  ... the hostess offered to take our number and give us a ring when a table became available.

17)  I'll give you a ring and we can make a time to meet up again.

18)  I don't know what I'll find. But I'll give you a ring when I'm on my way out.

19)  ... thinks they might be able to help out give us a ring back when you can and we will get in touch.

20)  I gave her a ring to explain the situation, she said she would print tickets but her tone over the phone ...