a ringing endorsement of the President's economic planthe ringing cheers of the assembled multitudeshe marched down hallways with ringing stepsthere was a ringing clatter of metal as the tray hit the floorso far we have had ringing declarations but only limited actionconclude the conference on a flamboyant note,with a ringing public declaration of Anglo-American unityit was hardly a ringing endorsement government policyEuropeans early sounded a ringing condemnation of the practice of scalping
in ringing tonesen tono enérgico
Temple placed the Bible on Meg's head and in ringing tones declaimed psalm 51he then squeezed in a few words about racial stereotypes and concluded his speech in ringing tones by saying that ...
[of large bell]repique (m);tañido (m)(literary);[of handbell]campanilleo (m);[of electric bell]toque (m);[of telephone]timbre (m);pitidos (m);(in ears)zumbido (m)
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