Definition of curtain call in English:

curtain call

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noun

The appearance of one or more performers on stage after a performance to acknowledge the audience’s applause: they were taking a curtain call together
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  • After the curtain call, the back stage halls are filled with chatter and laughter.
  • She was at center stage making her curtain call…
  • It was most obvious during the curtain call when the cast looked everywhere but at the audience.

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