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    Talking What is the meaning of "ring" in this context?

    Hi?

    Ted: the most awesome party in new york city, and that is where we will ring, nay rock, in the new year.
    (How I met your mother S1 Ep11)

    Because it is the new year, are they announcing something?

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    Re: What is the meaning of "ring" in this context?

    "to ring in the new year" means to celebrate or greet the new year.

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    Re: What is the meaning of "ring" in this context?

    Quote Originally Posted by susiedq View Post
    "to ring in the new year" means to celebrate or greet the new year.
    Can I use "ring" as follows?
    We rang in a party.
    We are going to ring in thanksgiving day.

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    Re: What is the meaning of "ring" in this context?

    No. Only the new year is rung in.

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