网 络
  • 打电话;
  • 呼叫;
  • 调用;
1. Listen here, young lady. Don't you call me that!


2. Melanie promised that she would call them in the morning.


3. They call rowing the perfect sport. It exercises every major muscle group.


4. President Najibullah said he would call a grand council of all Afghans.


5. Check us in at the hotel and wait for my call.


1. 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?'...


  • Everybody called each other by their surnames.


  • Klein's most important work is called 'Envy and Gratitude'...


  • There are two men called Buckley at the Home Office.


  • ...a device called an optical amplifier.


2. 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...


  • She calls me lazy and selfish...


3. 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.


  • Call out means the same as call .call out 同 call
    • The butcher's son called out a greeting...


    • The train stopped and a porter called out, 'Middlesbrough!'


4. 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...


  • 'May I speak with Mr Coyne, please?' — 'May I ask who's calling?'


5. 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.


6. 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.


7. 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...


  • I got a call from him late yesterday evening.


8. 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...


  • The strike was called by the Lebanese Forces militia...


9. 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.


10. 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.


  • Call is also a noun.
    • He decided to pay a call on Tommy Cummings.


11. 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.


12. 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.


13. 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.


14. 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.'


15. 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.


16. 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.


17. See also: calling; so-called;  
18. 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?


19. 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.


20. 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.


21. 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.'


22.   to call someone's bluff→see: bluff;  to call it a day→see: day;  to call a halt→see: halt;  to call something to mind→see: mind;  call of nature→see: nature;  to call something your own→see: own;  to call something into question→see: question;  to call it quits→see: quit;  to call a spade a spade→see: spade;  to call the tune→see: tune;  too close to call→see: close
vt. & vi.

1. 叫, 喊

  • Why doesn't the servant come when I call?
  • 当我叫的时候, 为何仆人没来?
  • She called and called but no one came to her assistance.
  • 她叫了又叫, 但没有人来帮忙。
  • Would you call me a taxi?
  • 请给我叫一辆计程车好吗?
  • Not far away in the woods, a bird called.
  • 在不远的林子里有一只鸟在叫。

2. 通电话

  • She promised to call at noon.
  • 她答应中午来电话。
  • The office called to find out where you were.
  • 办公室打电话来了解你在什么地方。

3. 认为; 估计

  • Are you calling me a liar?
  • 你认为我是一个不诚实的人吗?
  • Nothing can be called unknowable.
  • 没有什么事物可认为是不可知的。
  • They called it silly to do so.
  • 他们认为这样做很傻。

1. 命名, 取名

  • The father called the baby John.
  • 父亲给这个婴孩取名约翰。
  • She had a daughter last year.They call this one Catherine.
  • 去年她生了个女孩, 他们叫她凯瑟琳。

2. 召唤, 号召, 召开

  • The sirens are calling the men to assemble.
  • 警报声在召令士兵集合。

1. 拜访, 访问

  • Did any one call when I was out?
  • 我不在的时候有人来过吗?
  • I called to see Mr. Green.
  • 我拜访了格林先生。

1. 呼喊声, 叫声; 鸟鸣声

  • I heard a call for help.
  • 我听到呼救声。

2. 打电话

3. 拜访; 小歇


1. a telephone connection;

  • "she reported several anonymous calls"
  • "he placed a phone call to London"
  • "he heard the phone ringing but didn't want to take the call"

2. a loud utterance; often in protest or opposition;

  • "the speaker was interrupted by loud cries from the rear of the audience"

3. a demand especially in the phrase "the call of duty"

4. the characteristic sound produced by a bird;

  • "a bird will not learn its song unless it hears it at an early age"

5. a brief social visit;

  • "senior professors' wives no longer make afternoon calls on newcomers"

6. a demand by a broker that a customer deposit enough to bring his margin up to the minimum requirement

7. a demand for a show of hands in a card game;

  • "after two raises there was a call"

8. a request;

  • "many calls for Christmas stories"
  • "not many calls for buggywhips"

9. an instruction that interrupts the program being executed;

  • "Pascal performs calls by simply giving the name of the routine to be executed"

10. brief visit in an official or professional capacity;

  • "the pastor's visits to his parishioners"
  • "a visit to a dentist"
  • "the salesman's call on a customer"

11. (sports) the decision made by an umpire or referee;

  • "he was ejected for protesting the call"

12. the option to buy a given stock (or stock index or commodity future) at a given price before a given date


1. assign a specified, proper name to;

  • "They named their son David"
  • "The new school was named after the famous Civil Rights leader"

2. get or try to get into communication (with someone) by telephone;

  • "I tried to call you all night"
  • "Take two aspirin and call me in the morning"

3. ascribe a quality to or give a name of a common noun that reflects a quality;

  • "He called me a bastard"
  • "She called her children lazy and ungrateful"

4. order, request, or command to come;

  • "She was called into the director's office"
  • "Call the police!"

5. utter a sudden loud cry;

  • "she cried with pain when the doctor inserted the needle"
  • "I yelled to her from the window but she couldn't hear me"

6. pay a brief visit;

  • "The mayor likes to call on some of the prominent citizens"

7. call a meeting; invite or command to meet;

  • "The Wannsee Conference was called to discuss the `Final Solution'"
  • "The new dean calls meetings every week"

8. order or request or give a command for;

  • "The unions called a general strike for Sunday"

9. order, summon, or request for a specific duty or activity, work, role;

  • "He was already called 4 times for jury duty"
  • "They called him to active military duty"

10. indicate a decision in regard to;

  • "call balls and strikes behind the plate"

11. stop or postpone because of adverse conditions, such as bad weather;

  • "call a football game"

12. read aloud to check for omissions or absentees;

  • "Call roll"

13. send a message or attempt to reach someone by radio, phone, etc.; make a signal to in order to transmit a message;

  • "Hawaii is calling!"
  • "A transmitter in Samoa was heard calling"

14. declare in the capacity of an umpire or referee;

  • "call a runner out"

15. utter a characteristic note or cry;

  • "bluejays called to one another"

16. utter in a loud voice or announce;

  • "He called my name"
  • "The auctioneer called the bids"

17. make a prediction about; tell in advance;

  • "Call the outcome of an election"

18. challenge (somebody) to make good on a statement; charge with or censure for an offense;

  • "He deserves to be called on that"

19. consider or regard as being;

  • "I would not call her beautiful"

20. demand payment of (a loan);

  • "Call a loan"

21. give the calls (to the dancers) for a square dance

22. greet, as with a prescribed form, title, or name;

  • "He always addresses me with `Sir'"
  • "Call me Mister"
  • "She calls him by first name"

23. make a stop in a harbour;

  • "The ship will call in Honolulu tomorrow"

24. make a demand, as for a card or a suit or a show of hands;

  • "He called his trump"
  • synonym: bid

25. require the presentation of for redemption before maturation;

  • "Call a bond"

26. lure by imitating the characteristic call of an animal;

  • "Call ducks"

27. challenge the sincerity or truthfulness of;

  • "call the speaker on a question of fact"

28. rouse somebody from sleep with a call;

  • "I was called at 5 A.M. this morning"
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