ringside


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ring·side

 (rĭng′sīd′)
n.
1. The area or seats immediately outside an arena or ring, as at a prizefight.
2. A place providing a close view of a spectacle.

ringside

(ˈrɪŋˌsaɪd)
n
1. (Boxing) the area immediately surrounding an arena, esp the row of seats nearest a boxing or wrestling ring
2. (Wrestling) the area immediately surrounding an arena, esp the row of seats nearest a boxing or wrestling ring
3.
a. any place affording a close uninterrupted view
b. (as modifier): a ringside seat.

ring•side

(ˈrɪŋˌsaɪd)

n.
1. the area occupied by the first row of seats on all sides of a boxing or wrestling ring.
2. a place providing a close view.
adj.
3. pertaining to or situated at the ringside.
[1865–75]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.ringside - first row of seating; has an unobstructed view of a boxing or wrestling ring
seating, seating area, seating room, seats - an area that includes places where several people can sit; "there is seating for 40 students in this classroom"
Translations

ringside

[ˈrɪŋsaɪd]
A. N to be at the ringsideestar junto al cuadrilátero
B. CPD ringside seat Nbutaca f de primera fila
to have a ringside seat (fig) → verlo todo desde muy cerca

ringside

[ˈrɪŋsaɪd]
n
at the ringside (at boxing match)au bord du ring; (at show-jumping ring)au bord de la piste; (at circus)au bord de la piste
modif
to have a ringside view, to have a ringside seat (fig)être aux premières logesring tone nsonnerie f

ringside

[ˈrɪŋˌsaɪd]
1. nprima fila
2. adjin prima fila
References in classic literature ?
But he was up again almost as soon as he had fallen, and right quickly retreated to his own ringside to gather his wits and watch for an opening.
He had even carried his prayer-book to the ringside.
On one of the scam websites we've been monitoring you can actually add more VIP ringside seats to the basket and proceed to the payment page than there are seats at ringside.
The Dublin actor and his girlfriend packed on a heavyweight PDA while sitting in ringside ahead of the Anthony Joshua v Carlos Takam clash.
James Ellsworth shockingly turned against Dean Ambrose, pushing the ladder and sending the Lunatic Fringe to the tables at ringside as he was about to claim the belt in their TLC match.
Everyone ringside wants the fight to continu--he two boxers and their corners (sometimes not always), the promoter (always), the media (always), the spectators (always), the Commission and its appointed officials (only if both the boxers meet the Commission requirements for a fair and honestly administered contest), the referee (only if the boxers are fighting a fair fight and able to defend themselves), the judges (usually do not interfere with the conduct of the fight) and the ringside physicians (only if the boxers are medically fit before, during and immediately after the contest).
The Belfast man won a split decision verdict despite many at ringside believing he had won the fight comfortably.
INDIAN boxers at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games will now be assisted by their coaches at ringside during their bouts.
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NEWCASTLE'S Glenn McCrory will be ringside as usual for Sky Sports when Carl Frampton challenges Kiko Martinez for his European title in Belfast tomorrow night.
Avid fan Clare Taylor, from Shirley, has been making a name for herself as a ringside photographer at events throughout the West Midlands.