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call in

phrasal verb with call  us   /kɔl/ verb

(PHONE)

to telephone the place you work: She hasn't called in with her schedule yet. You can also call in to a radio or television program or to an organization asking for information from the public: Call in to this radio station and ask the governor a question. People were calling in to report suspicious activity.call in sick If you call in sick, you telephone to say that you are unable to work because of illness.
Translations of “call in”
in Korean -에 잠시 방문하다…
in Arabic يَمُرّ عَلى…
in Portuguese visitar…
in Catalan passar…
in Japanese (場所に)立ち寄る…
in Italian fare un salto…
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