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phone in

phrasal verb with phone uk   us   /fəʊn/ verb [I or T] COMMUNICATIONS
[I] to ​call the ​place where you ​work on the ​phone: He ​phoned in to say that he was ​stuck in ​traffic and would be late.
phone in sick
to ​phone and say you are not coming to ​work because you are ​sick: She ​phoned in ​sick on Monday morning.
(Definition of phone in from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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