Definitions for rinkrɪŋk
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rink, skating rink(noun)
building that contains a surface for ice skating or roller skating
the smooth and level extent of ice marked off for the game of curling
an artificial sheet of ice, generally under cover, used for skating; also, a floor prepared for skating on with roller skates, or a building with such a floor
Origin: [Scot. renk, rink, rynk, a course, a race; probably fr. AS. hring a ring. See Ring.]
An indoor and outdoor area or building with an extent of ice or wooden floor capable of being adapted or changed to suit a variety of sports that are played on ice or a wooden floor.
Ice hockey, Ice skating, Roller skating, Curling etc are all played on a form of rink.
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
This road is like a skating rink, i couldn't see anything. It was a whiteout.
I'm an awful ice skater, I'll admit. And there are some amazing players among our moms and dads at our rink.
It's a pretty up-tempo, high-octane kind of hockey, and he brings that attitude every day, it's fun to see. That hasn't changed. He obviously loves the game and brings a lot of passion to the rink, and I think that rubs off on the player and the style of play that his teams play.
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