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wake-up call

noun   /ˈweɪk·ʌp ˌkɔːl/
something bad that happens and shows you that you need to do something to change a situation campanello d’allarme (figurativo)
a phone call that you arrange to be made, for example in a hotel, to wake you up at a certain time (servizio di) sveglia 1219
(Definition of wake-up call from the Cambridge English-Italian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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