a smooth expanse of ice for ice-skating, often artificially prepared and inside a building or arena.
a smooth floor, usually of wood, for roller-skating.
a building or enclosure for ice-skating or roller-skating; skating arena.
an area of ice marked off for the game of curling.
a section of a bowling green where a match can be played.
a set of players on one side in a lawn-bowling or curling match.
an expanse of ice for skating on, esp one that is artificially prepared and under cover
an area for roller skating on
a building or enclosure for ice skating or roller skating
(bowls) a strip of the green, usually about 5–7 metres wide, on which a game is played
(curling) the strip of ice on which the game is played, usually 41 by 4 metres
(in bowls and curling) the players on one side in a game
noun 1. ringhals. noun (pl) -hals, -halses 1. a venomous elapid snake, Hemachatus hemachatus of southern Africa, which spits venom at its enemies from a distance Also called spitting snake
noun, Canadian. 1. a youth who spends a great deal of time at a hockey rink, helping with maintenance work, sweeping, etc., often without pay or in return for free admission to the rink. noun 1. (Canadian, informal) a young person who carries out chores at an ice-hockey rink in return for free skating time […]
adjective 1. inconsequential, amateurish, or of generally inferior quality; small-time: a rinky-dink college; He plays with some rinky-dink team. 2. outmoded or shabby; backward; antiquated: a rinky-dink airline. noun 3. a person or thing that is rinky-dink. rinky-dink
noun, adjective 1. ricky-tick. ricky-tick 1 rinky-tink