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VERB 叫;称呼;将…命名;给…起名字 If you call someone or something by a particular name or title, you give them that name or title.
I always wanted to call the dog Mufty for some reason...
'Doctor...' — 'Will you please call me Sarah?'...
VERB 把…说成;认为…是;将…称为 If you call someone or something a particular thing, you suggest they are that thing or describe them as that thing.
The speech was interrupted by members of the Conservative Party, who called him a traitor...
I wouldn't call it a burden; I call it a responsibility...
VERB 喊;叫；大声说出 If you call something, you say it in a loud voice, because you are trying to attract someone's attention.
He could hear the others downstairs in different parts of the house calling his name...
'Boys!' she called again.
VERB 打电话给…;给…打电话 If you call someone, you telephone them.
Would you call me as soon as you find out?...
A friend of mine gave me this number to call...
VERB (通常指打电话)呼叫,叫,召唤 If you call someone such as a doctor or the police, you ask them to come to you, usually by telephoning them.
He screamed for his wife to call an ambulance...
One night he was called to see a woman with tuberculosis.
VERB 喊;呼唤 If you call someone, you ask them to come to you by shouting to them.
She called her young son: 'Here, Stephen, come and look at this!'...
He called me over the Tannoy.
N-COUNT 打电话 When you make a telephone call, you telephone someone.
I made a phone call to the United States to talk to a friend...
I've had hundreds of calls from other victims...
VERB 召集(会议、排练等);宣布举行(选举等) If someone in authority calls something such as a meeting, rehearsal, or election, they arrange for it to take place at a particular time.
The Committee decided to call a meeting of the All India Congress...
The RSC was calling a press conference to announce the theatre's closure...
VERB 传唤(某人出庭等) If someone is called before a court or committee, they are ordered to appear there, usually to give evidence.
The child waited two hours before she was called to give evidence...
I was called as an expert witness.
VERB 短暂停留;访问;拜访 If you call somewhere, you make a short visit there.
A market researcher called at the house where he was living...
Andrew now came almost weekly to call.
VERB (火车、公共汽车、船舶)停靠,停留 When a train, bus, or ship calls somewhere, it stops there for a short time to allow people to get on or off.
The steamer calls at several ports along the way.
VERB 取消(比赛等) To call a game or sporting event means to cancel it, for example because of rain or bad light.
The second game of the series had ended in a 3-3 tie after ten innings when the game was called on account of darkness...
We called the next game.
N-COUNT 号召;呼吁;号令 If there is a call for something, someone demands that it should happen.
There have been calls for a new kind of security arrangement...
Almost all workers heeded a call by the trade unions to stay at home for the duration of the strike.
N-UNCOUNT 需要;需求 If there is little or no call for something, very few people want it to be done or provided.
'Have you got just plain chocolate?' — 'No, I'm afraid there's not much call for that.'
N-SING 吸引力;魅力 The call of something such as a place is the way it attracts or interests you strongly.
You must be feeling exhilarated by the call of the new.
N-COUNT (鸟、兽的)叫声 The call of a particular bird or animal is the characteristic sound that it makes.
...the plaintive call of a whale.
...a wide range of animal noises and bird calls.
PHRASE 优先购买(或使用)权 If you have first call on something, you will be asked before anyone else whether you want to buy or use it.
Why should they get first call on the best property?
PHRASE 没必要;不该 If you say that there is no call for someone to behave in a particular way, you are criticizing their behaviour, usually because you think it is rude.
There was no call for him to single you out from all the others.
PHRASE 随时待命的;随叫随到的 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.
In theory I'm on call day and night.
...a doctor on call.
PHRASE 打电话请病假 If you call in sick, you telephone the place where you work to tell them you will not be coming to work because you are ill.
'Shouldn't you be at work today?' — 'I called in sick.'