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Translation of "call" - English-Italian dictionary


verb   /kɔːl/
be called something A1 to have a particular name chiamarsi qualcosa a boy called Adam Their latest album is called “In Rainbows”.
A2 to phone someone chiamare Call the police.
B1 to shout chiamare I heard someone call my name.
B1 to give someone a name chiamare They called their first son Joshua.
to describe someone or something in a particular way chiamare Are you calling me a liar?
to ask someone to come somewhere chiamare She called me into her office.
(Definition of call verb from the Cambridge English-Italian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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