Definition of 'rink'
Example sentences containing 'rink'
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First they went to a birthday party at the local roller rink. The Sun (2014)The former royal residence is opening its first outdoor ice rink. Times, Sunday Times (2010) Ice rink and grotto cost extra. The Sun (2013)It should have been a happy, bustling picture of fairground rides and an ice rink. Times, Sunday Times (2014)You'll also find a roller rink and mountain bikes to hire plus lots more. The Sun (2012)This is Britain's largest temporary ice rink. The Sun (2010)In Colchester, an outdoor ice rink had to close down after the company who ran the rink went into liquidation. Times, Sunday Times (2015)There is also an ice rink, carousel and a miniature railway, though they are not included in the ticket price. The Sun (2013)The minute I walked on to the ice rink, it was magical. The Sun (2015)
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Translations for 'rink'
British English: rink /rɪŋk/ NOUN
A rink is a large area where people go to skate.
The other skaters left the rink.
- American English: rink
- Arabic: حَلْبَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: rinque patinação
- Chinese: 溜冰场
- Croatian: klizalište
- Czech: kluziště
- Danish: skøjtebane
- Dutch: schaatsbaan
- European Spanish: pista de patinaje
- Finnish: luistinrata
- French: patinoire
- German: Eisbahn
- Greek: πίστα πατινάζ
- Italian: pista di pattinaggio
- Japanese: スケートリンク
- Korean: 스케이트링크
- Norwegian: skøytebane
- Polish: ślizgawka
- European Portuguese: rinque patinagem
- Romanian: patinoar
- Russian: каток
- Spanish: pista de patinaje
- Swedish: rink
- Thai: ลานเล่นสเก็ตน้ำแข็ง
- Turkish: paten alanı
- Ukrainian: ковзанка
- Vietnamese: sân băng
Definition of rink from the Collins English Dictionary
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