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ring·tone

 (rĭng′tōn′)
n.
A digital sound file that a telephone plays to indicate an incoming call.

ringtone

(ˈrɪŋˌtəʊn)
n
(Telecommunications) a musical tune played by a mobile phone when a call is received
Translations
vyzváněcí tón
ringetone
juego para móvilestimbre del teléfono
soittoääni
sonneriesonnerie de téléphone
נעימון
zvono telefona
csengőhang
hringitónn
着信メロディ着信音着メロ
휴대폰 벨소리
beltoonringtone
rington
เสียงดังของโทรศัพท์
nhạc chuông điện thoại

ringtone

[ˈrɪŋtəun] N (Telec) → tono f de llamada

ringtone

نَغْمَةُ الرَنِيـن vyzváněcí tón ringetone Klingelton ήχος κλήσης timbre del teléfono soittoääni sonnerie zvono telefona suoneria 着信メロディ 휴대폰 벨소리 beltoon ringetone dzwonek campainha do telefone, toque de telefone мелодия звонка rington เสียงดังของโทรศัพท์ çalma tonu nhạc chuông điện thoại 手机彩铃
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Users can purchase ringtones through their mobile service provider or from independent ringtone provider Web sites.
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