# Can benzene ring be the part of a acyl group

Can benzene ring attached to c=o i.e carbonyl group be considered as a acyl group?

Groups formed by removing one or more hydroxy groups from oxoacids that have the general structure $$\ce{R_kE(=O)_l(OH)_m}\ (l\neq0)$$, and replacement analogues of such acyl groups. (…) In organic chemistry an unspecified acyl group is commonly a carboxylic acyl group.
Carboacyl groups are $$\ce{R-CO-{}}$$, $$\ce{-OC-R-CO-{}}$$, or $$\ce{-OC-R-[R'-CO-]_x-R''-CO-{}}$$ groups and their functional replacement analogues, where $$\ce{R}$$, $$\ce{R'}$$, and $$\ce{R''}$$ are chains, rings, or ring systems, derived from carboxylic acids by the removal of the hydroxy group from each carboxylic acid group that is expressed by the suffix, and $$x = 1 ,2,3$$, etc.