English version

give somebody a ring

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgive somebody a ringgive somebody a ringBritish English informalTCT to make a telephone call to someone I’ll give you a ring later in the week. ring
Examples from the Corpus
give somebody a ringAll points in a given delay ring are indistinguishable from one another using this information alone.You then push the cable connector on to one side of the T-connector and give the lock ring a twist.Whatever your needs or circumstances give us a ring now!Mr Evans gave it to me and he gave Carrie a ring.Perhaps, he thought with sudden abandon, he should give Edith Mallory a ring this very moment and express his thanks.Evil is devious, it is trying to turn Good against Good by making Frodo try to give the Ring away.Any reader wanting the right detector to suit his pocket and plenty of sound advice is welcome to give me a ring.
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