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2 Translation results for call in Spanish

verb | noun

call verb

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called, has called, is calling, calls
gritar, vociferar; llamar, convocar; visita, visitar; llamar por teléfono, telefonear; apodar

Example sentences of
call verb

  • He called to passersby for help.
  • She called up to her husband, who was at the top of the stairs.
  • Her husband called back down to her.
  • She saw her friends across the street and called over to them.
  • He called her name in his sleep.
  • The birds were calling as the sun rose.
  • I call once a week to talk to my parents.
  • Where are you calling from?
  • May I say who's calling?
  • I try to call my parents at least once a week.
¿Sabes lo que significa call on?
  • To call on (someone) significa pedirle a alguien que responda una pregunta.
¿Sabes el significado de call off?
  • To call off significa cancelar (un evento, reunión, etc).

Detailed synonyms for call verb

See: Summon, Visit

call noun

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grito, llamada; grito (de un animal), reclamo (de un pájaro); llamado, petición; visita; decisión (en deportes)

Example sentences of
call noun

  • A local call costs less than a long-distance or an international call.
  • If there are any calls for me during the meeting, say that I'll call back later.
  • I got a call from my brother last night.
  • He gave a call to passersby for help.
  • We heard a bird that had a very loud and unusual call.
  • He's an expert at doing bird calls.
  • He has a large collection of duck calls.
  • the call of a trumpet
  • The government has issued a call to its supporters to defend it and hopes they will answer its call.
  • The campaigners renewed their calls for reform.

Synonyms of
call noun

Phrasal verbs for call

Related phrases for call

Reverse translation for call

gritar  - to shout, to scream, to snap out, to cry 
vociferar  - to shout, to yell 
llamar  - to name, to call, to call, to summon, to phone, to call up 
convocar  - to convoke, to call together 
visita  - to visit 
visitar  - to visit 
telefonear  - to telephone, to call 
apodar  - to nickname, to call 
grito  - shout, scream, cry 
llamada  - call 
grito  (de un animal) - shout, scream, cry 
reclamo  (de un pájaro) - bird call, lure, lure, decoy, inducement, attraction, advertisement, complaint 
petición  - petition, request 
visita  - visit, call, visitor 
decisión  (en deportes) - decision, choice 
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