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give sb a bell

UK informal
to phone someone: Give me a bell sometime next week, won't you?
Translations of “give sb a bell”
in Chinese (Traditional) 給(某人)打電話…
in Russian звонить кому-либо…
in Turkish telefonla aramak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 给(某人)打电话…
in Polish zadzwonić do kogoś…
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