Definition of call someone in in English:

call someone in

  • Enlist someone’s aid or services.
    More example sentences
    • Experts from The Pigeon Control Advisory Service were called in two years ago and visited the town again just before Christmas.
    • The National Criminal Intelligence Service has been called in along with a Metropolitan Police team specialising in tracking down fugitives.
    • Normally we are called in to provide an emergency service.
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