call in definition

  • verb:
    • To keep in touch with a base an such like, by telephone.
    • To summon someone, specifically for help or guidance.
    • To withdraw anything from purchase or blood flow.
    • summon to enter
    • cause to be returned
    • demand payment of (financing)
    • pay a short go to
    • summon to a specific activity or work
    • take a player away from a game title so that you can change for another player
    • make a phone call
    • To communicate with a base an such like, by telephone.
    • To summon someone, specifically for help or guidance.
    • To withdraw one thing from sale or circulation.
    • summon to enter
    • reason to be came back
    • need payment of (a loan)
    • spend a brief check out
    • summon to a particular activity or employment
    • just take a new player from a-game to change for another player
    • make a phone telephone call

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