Definition of outcall in English:

outcall

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Pronunciation: /ˈaʊtkɔːl
 
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noun

A house call made by a prostitute.
More example sentences
  • When I was working I was a 40-kilogram heroin-addicted prostitute and often did outcalls to men who are, you know, six-foot-six, 100 kilograms, never really sure of my safety.
  • Others wising up to the concept of variety conduct business both on an outcall (hotel, your house) and incall (you going to them) basis.
  • This means sex workers can only legally make outcalls to ad hoc places, leaving them vulnerable; even using the same hotel frequently can be illegal.

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