call

kɔl

Перевод:

Verb: звонить по телефону называть вызывать звать
Noun: вызов призыв требование зов
Adjective: позывной

Фразы:

to call for / invite bids - приглашать к торгам, просить назначить цену

to call smb. by name - звать кого-л. по имени

to call / take a cab - взять такси

to call for help - взывать о помощи

to call down - позвать вниз, пригласить сойти вниз

to call up - звать снизу

to call about smth. - звонить насчёт чего-л., по поводу чего-л.

to call (in) a doctor - вызвать врача

to call out the firemen - вызвать пожарных

to call as witness - вызывать в качестве свидетеля

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Примеры:

Did you call? - Вы меня звали? / Вы звонили?

Did anyone call? - Кто-нибудь звонил?

He is called Tom. - Его зовут Том.

He called to her. - Он окликнул её.

Who will take her call? - Кто ответит на ее звонок?

I call that a shame. - По-моему, это стыдно.

If only he'd call! - Только бы он позвонил!

I'll call you soon. - Я тебе скоро позвоню.

Call me before you go. - Позвони мне, прежде чем уедешь.

Why didn't you call me? - Почему ты мне не позвонил?

He called my name. - Он назвал моё имя.

Call me when you get home. - Позвоните мне, когда придете домой.

He calls him his son. - Он считает его своим сыном.

I'm gonna call the cops! - Я вызову полицию!

Call me on my cell phone. - Позвоните мне на сотовый телефон.

What is this flower called? - Как называется этот цветок?

What do you call this in English? - как это по-английски?

It's your turn to call. - Твоя очередь звонить.

Call your dog off. - Уберите /отзовите/ свою собаку.

He called me a bastard. - Он назвал меня сволочью /выродком, ублюдком/.

May I say who's calling? - Могу я сказать, кто звонит?

He called his trump. - Он назвал свой козырь.

I call this a good house. - Я нахожу, что это хороший дом.

Our son is called Matthew. - Нашего сына зовут Матвей.

He called me from New York. - Он позвонил мне из Нью-Йорка.

From the bottom of the stairs Jane called up "Have you seen my blue bag?" - С самого низа лестницы Джейн крикнула наверх: "Ты не видел моей синей сумки?"

One call was for me. - Один раз звонили мне.

They call it ten miles. - Считается, что здесь десять миль.

the complex whole which we call "civilization" - сложное целое, которое мы называем "цивилизацией"

the call of a trumpet - зов трубы

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Фразовые глаголы:

If you call someone back, you telephone them again or in return for a telephone call that they have made to you.

If you call for someone, you go to the building where they are, so that you can both go somewhere.

If you call someone in, you ask them to come and help you or do something for you.

If you call off an event that has been planned, you cancel it.

If you call on someone to do something or call upon them to do it, you say publicly that you want them to do it.

If you call someone out, you order or request that they come to help, especially in an emergency.

If you call someone up, you telephone them.

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Связанные термины:

call in: If you call someone in, you ask them to come and help you or do something for you.

call on: If you call on someone to do something or call upon them to do it, you say publicly that you want them to do it.

call up: If you call someone up, you telephone them.

on call: If someone is on call, they are ready to go to work at any time if they are needed, especially if there is an emergency .

call back: If you call someone back, you telephone them again or in return for a telephone call that they have made to you.

call box: A call box is the same as a → telephone box .

call card: a form for requesting a library book by title and call number

call down: to request or invoke

call for: If you call for someone, you go to the building where they are, so that you can both go somewhere .

call girl: A call girl is a prostitute who makes appointments by telephone.

call loan: a loan that is repayable on demand

call mark: the number given to a book in a library, indicating its shelf location

call off: If you call off an event that has been planned, you cancel it.

call out: If you call someone out, you order or request that they come to help, especially in an emergency.

call-over: a preliminary hearing

call rate: the interest rate on a call loan

call sign: A call sign is the letters and numbers which identify a person, vehicle, or organization that is broadcasting on the radio or sending messages by radio.

call slip: a form for requesting a library book by title and call number

call time: to suspend play temporarily

cold call: If someone makes a cold call, they telephone or visit someone they have never contacted, without making an appointment, in order to try and sell something.

duty call: a visit made for reasons of obligation rather than for social reasons

line call: the judgment of the umpire or linesman as to whether the ball has landed in or out of court

open call: an audition, esp. for actors or dancers, open to anyone wishing to try out

roll call: If you take a roll call, you check which of the members of a group are present by reading their names out.

sick call: a daily formation made up of personnel who wish to receive medical attention

toll call: a short-distance trunk call

will call: the department, as of a large store, at which articles are held to be picked up, as when paid for

wolf call: → wolf whistle

alarm call: a telephone call that someone arranges to have made in order to wake him or her up in the morning

booty call: a meeting arranged for the purpose of having sex

call alarm: an electronic device that sends an alarm signal, usually to a distant monitoring centre

call around: If you call around, you phone several people, usually when you are trying to organize something or to find some information.

call center: A call center is an office where people work answering or making telephone calls for a particular company.

call centre: A call centre is an office where people work answering or making telephone calls for a particular company .

call forth: to cause (something) to come into action or existence

call money: money loaned by banks and recallable on demand

call names: to speak of or to in an abusive manner

call number: the number given to a book in a library, indicating its shelf location

call option: an option to buy a stated amount of securities at a specified price during a specified period

call signal: a group of letters and numbers identifying a radio transmitting station, esp an amateur radio station

cattle call: an audition that is open to any interested actor or performer

close call: a narrow escape from danger

house call: a visit made by a doctor, repair person, etc, to a patient or customer in his or her own home

local call: a phone call to a local number

margin call: A margin call is a situation in which the broker who offered the ability to buy on the margin demands additional funds to make up for a loss in the margin account.

mating call: a sound made by a bird or animal in order to attract a sexual partner

phone call: If you make a phone call, you dial someone's phone number and speak to them by phone.

press call: an interview for press and television reporters given by a politician, film star, etc

sales call: a phone call made by a sales representative of a company to a person's home with the purpose of selling goods, services, etc

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Однокоренные слова:

call away - отзывать
call back - звать обратно, брать назад
call down - навлекать, оспаривать, делать выговор, порицать, отводить
call forth - вызывать, требовать, вызывать к жизни
call in - вызывать, приглашать, изымать из обращения, наведаться, потребовать назад
call off - отменять, прекращать, отзывать, откладывать, переносить, отвлекать
call on - призывать, взывать, навещать, апеллировать, наведаться, звонить по телефону
call out - вызывать, кричать, выкрикивать, вызывать на дуэль, призывать к забастовке
call over - делать перекличку
call round - заходить, навещать, посещать
call up - вызывать, позвонить, созваниваться, призывать, подзывать, перекликаться

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