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"call sth in" in British English

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call sth in

phrasal verb with call uk   /kɔːl/  us   /kɑːl/ verb
If a ​bankcalls in ​money, it ​demands that you ​pay back the ​money it has ​lent to you: He ​needs to make the ​businesswork before the ​bankcalls in the ​loan.
(Definition of call sth in from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"call sth in" in Business English

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call sth in

phrasal verb with call uk   us   /kɔːl/ verb
FINANCE to ​demand that ​borrowedmoney be ​paid back: It would be unusual for a ​company going into ​receivership not to ​call in ​loans to ​settlecreditors.
(Definition of call sth in from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “call sth in”
in Chinese (Simplified) (银行)收回(贷款)…
in Chinese (Traditional) (銀行)收回(貸款)…
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