• Definition for "callout"
  • Sentence for "callout"

callout definition

  • noun:
    • outward-bound phone calls.
    • An invitation to fight; the act of one kid calling out another.
    • A pull quote: an excerpt from articles (like in a news mag) this is certainly replicated in a large font alongside the article in order to grab a reader's attention and suggest the content's subject.
    • A summons to somebody designated to be on telephone call
    • An annotation that pertains to a particular place in a body of text or a graphic, and that is visually associated with that place by a mark or a matching pair of marks.
    • outward-bound telephone calls.
    • An invitation to battle; the work of one kid calling completely another.
    • A pull estimate: an excerpt from a write-up (such as for example in a news mag) this is certainly duplicated in a sizable font alongside the article in order to grab a reader's attention and suggest the content's topic.
    • A summons to some body designated as being on call
    • An annotation that concerns a specific place in a body of text or a graphic, and that is aesthetically linked to that location by a mark or a matching couple of marks.
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