Ring Of Fire Definition

noun
An extensive zone of volcanic and seismic activity that coincides roughly with the western, northern, and eastern borders of the Pacific Ocean.
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The ring of fire is the area around the Pacific Ocean that has many volcanoes and earthquakes.
An example of the Ring of Fire is where Hawaii is located.
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proper name
Beltlike region, roughly surrounding the Pacific Ocean, characterized by frequent volcanic and seismic activity caused by the colliding of moving crustal plates.
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pronoun

(geology) An area of frequent earthquakes and volcanic activity, around the Pacific Ocean.

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