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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrangrang /ræŋ/ verb  x-refthe past tense of ring
Examples from the Corpus
rangI dialled, waited, then counted the times it rang.Ten minutes later, however, the phone rang.Apart from a bit of woodworm, the beam seemed solid enough, but the panel rang hollow.Shrieks rang out when sections of masonry crumbled under the impact of Federal shells.She took a deep breath, then walked reluctantly to the massive door and rang the bell.I rang the doorbell, but I heard no footsteps.A number of other Ulster callers also rang the show that night with amazing stories of strange happenings during Geller's appearance.Donna rang the station and discovered that there was a train to King's Cross leaving at 8.27 p.m.