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don't call us, we'll call you

Definition of don't call us, we'll call you in English:

informal Used as a dismissive way of saying that someone has not been successful in an audition or job application.
Example sentences
  • You can't walk five meters in a straight line… don't call us, we'll call you.
  • After the first audition there was a two-week period when it was a case of don't call us, we'll call you.
  • His e-mail read like a ‘thank you for your interest, but don't call us, we'll call you,’ form letter.
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