ring out

a) To sound very loudly.

Suddenly, a shot rang out and someone screamed.

b) To make a phone call from an internal phone system to a general telephone network number.

A terrifying volley of pistol-shots rings out—cracks sharply; ripples spread— silence laps smooth over sound


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