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call back

verb uk phrasal verb with call   /kɔːl/ us    /kɑːl/
B2 to return to a place in order to see someone or collect something: She said she'd call back later to pick up that report.
Translations of “call back”
in Chinese (Traditional) 回來,返回…
in Russian возвращаться…
in Turkish birini görmeye veya bir şeyi almaya bir yere geri gitmek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 回来,返回…
in Polish wracać…
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