Definition of call something in in English:

call something in

  • Require payment of a loan or promise of money.
    More example sentences
    • Workers who took out preferential loans to buy Rover cars will be badly hit if, as expected, their loans are called in by Rover's liquidators.
    • Bolivia was told that if coca production didn't cease entirely by 2000, aid packages would stop and the loans would be called in.
    • Our losses were so high that our loans were called in.
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