ring-pull

ring-pull

n
Brit a metal strip that must be pulled off the top of a can of drink or food in order to open it
Translations

ring-pull

[ˈrɪŋpʊl] (Brit)
A. Nanilla f
B. CPD ring-pull can Nlata f (de refrescos, cerveza, etc)
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The first aluminium drinks cans were manufactured in 1960, and the ring-pull cans were produced in 1962.
UAE residents can still join the race; all you have to do is look under the ring-pull or cap of a Sprite can or bottle, for the unique 6-digit code.
Further significant weight savings are achieved with the special neck finish, since in contrast to other PET bottles this one does not have a screw cap, but a tear-off ring-pull closure.
If it is a yes, they offer 1-2 they keep the pound, 3-1 the Euro, and 5-1 a new currency, like the ring-pull can.
But one November day in 2010 he found what he first thought was a lager can ring-pull in the field of farmer Tony Wilson, near Wheatley Hill, County Durham.
He thought at first the object he had recovered from five inches below the surface was a ring-pull from a beer can.
The trap door to the cellar had a brass ring-pull set into it.
If a ring-pull drinks can were that thin it would cover a soccer pitch.
Keep the ring-pull lids from sardine cans, link them together with wire and hang them by a hole in the hedge to deter cats," he suggests.
The prototype Smaaart has been designed as a promotional vehicle, featuring a 20:1scale fibre-glass replica soft drinks can, complete with ring-pull, which serves as van-like storage space for promotional items.