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Phone Ring Tone
- A sound made by a mobile phone when an incoming call is received
- A ringtone or ring tone is the sound made by a telephone to indicate an incoming call or text message. Not literally a tone, the term is most often used today to refer to customizable sounds used on mobile phones.
- (Ring tones) Some modern mobile phones contain complex ring tones such as polyphonic, where several sounds are heard instead of a single ring. Some phones are capable of downloading new ring tones. Or you can even record your own ring tone, such as your dog barking!
- (Ring Tones) The sound that a cell phone makes when it receives a call. Thousands of different musical and spoken tones are available for download to the millions of cell phones in the US at a price of about $1.50 each. It has become a big business
- call: get or try to get into communication (with someone) by telephone; "I tried to call you all night"; "Take two aspirin and call me in the morning"
- telephone: electronic equipment that converts sound into electrical signals that can be transmitted over distances and then converts received signals back into sounds; "I talked to him on the telephone"
- (phonetics) an individual sound unit of speech without concern as to whether or not it is a phoneme of some language
- A speech sound; the smallest discrete segment of sound in a stream of speech
phone ring tone - Short Cuts:
Short Cuts: A Guide to Oaths, Ring Tones, Ransom Notes, Famous Last Words, and Other Forms of Minimalist Communication
Our everyday lives are inevitably touched--and immeasurably enriched--by an extraordinary variety of miniature forms of verbal communication, from classified ads to street signs, and from yesterday's graffito to tomorrow's headline. Celebrating our long history of compact speech, Short Cuts offers a well-researched and vibrantly written account of this unsung corner of the linguistic world, inspiring a new appreciation of the wondrously varied forms of our briefest exchanges.
Alexander Humez, Nicholas Humez, and Rob Flynn shed light here on an ever-growing field of minimalist genres, ranging from the bank robbery note to the billboard, from the curse hurled from a car window (or the Senate floor) to the suicide note, and from the ghost-word to the ring tone. The book is divided into ten thematic sections, as varied as "In the Dictionary" (discussing such topics as Sniglets, Mountweazels, and the Wiktionary), "In and Out of Trouble" (error messages, weasel words, the pre-nup), and "On the Lam" (ransom notes, wanted posters, portraits parles). The authors look at the comic strip's maladicta balloon and the dinner-interrupter's robocalls, the advice column and the obit, and the many ways your personal appearance tells us who you are, from the message on your gimme cap to the tattoo with your S.O.'s name on your ankle. Uncovering the elegance, the humor, and the unspoken implications in these fleeting communications, this book provides a satisfying thoroughness and an abundance of connections that unravel how the oath became the swearword and the calling card salver turned into the Facebook wall.
For readers who love language and enjoy rummaging through the cultural baggage that comes with it, Short Cuts gathers an engaging sampler of the most delightful and cogent--and above all brief--forms of contemporary English.
Message from him
While my husband was on deployment he was only able to call me or send messages to my phone once maybe twice a week. Sometimes I would go a couple weeks without anything. And when he was gone, everytime I heard 'his' ring tone I would freak out and stop everything I was doing to have that couples minutes of feeling complete again. I find myself still jumping up when I hear him calling...even though he's been home for 8 months and I see him almost everyday. :) P.S. This is one of the pictures I took for class..
Gay Ring Tones
We started calling each other's cell phone to see who had the gayest ring tone... Darrin won... weak-wristed ringer for him! Heath is laughing in this photo as he listens to it!
phone ring tone
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