call verb (SHOUT/CRY) translate to Traditional Chinese
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call

verb (SHOUT/CRY)
大喊/大叫
 
 
/kɔːl/ US  /kɑːl/
[I or T] to say something in a loud voice, especially in order to attract someone's attention, or (of animals) to make a loud, high sound, especially to another animal
叫,呼喊;呼叫;(動物)鳴叫
Someone in the crowd called (out) his name.
人群中有人大聲叫(出)他的名字。
Did you call?
是你在叫嗎?
[+ speech] "Hey, you! Come over here!" she called.
「嗨,你!到這裡來!」她叫道。
The blackbird called to its mate.
烏鶇呼喚它的配偶。
Shouting and screaming
call for order ( also call sth to order) to ask people in a meeting to stop talking so that the meeting can continue
要求會場安靜下來,要求別吵
She called for order/called the meeting to order.
她要求會場安靜下來。
Making appeals and requests
(Definition of call verb (SHOUT/CRY) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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