- vt. 绞，拧，扭(尤指脖子) twist (especially the neck,causing death)
- vt. 握紧(尤指别人的手) press hard on (especially a person's hand)
- vt. 把(湿衣服)拧干；绞掉(水) twist and/or press (wet clothes) to remove water,or to remove (water) by doing this
a twisting squeeze;
"gave the wet cloth a wring"
twist and press out of shape
twist and compress, as if in pain or anguish;
"Wring one's hand"
obtain by coercion or intimidation;
"They extorted money from the executive by threatening to reveal his past to the company boss"
"They squeezed money from the owner of the business by threatening him"
twist, squeeze, or compress in order to extract liquid;
"wring the towels"
- Remember to wring your swimsuit out after you swim.
- My socks were so wet that I had to wring them .
- I wrung water from my wet bathing suit.
- I'll wring your neck if you don't behave.
- This is a tale that wring the heart.
- He tried to wring a promise from me.
- I'll wring your neck if you don't behave!
- He wrung my hand warmly.
- She wrings the clothes dry.
She gave the shirt..a vicious wring.出自：Century Magazine
They were..scrubbing the clothes with soap..and then wringing them out.出自： G. Huntington
He would wring out the sponge.出自： B. Chatwin
- wringer n. 勒索者，敲诈者；榨干机；绞衣机