call something off Meaning in the Essential American Dictionary Cambridge dictionaries logo

Meaning of "call something off" in Essential American English Dictionary

call something off

phrasal verb with call   /kɔl/ verb
to decide that something that is planned will not happen: The game was called off because of bad weather.
Translations of “call something off”
in Korean -를 취소하다…
in Arabic يُلْغي شَيئاً ما…
in Portuguese suspender algo, cancelar algo…
in Catalan cancel·lar ac…
in Japanese (催しなど)を中止する…
in Italian annullare qualcosa…
(Definition of call something off from the Websters Essential Mini Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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