There are 2 main translations of call in in Spanish:

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call in

  • 1verb + object + adverb, verb + adverb + object 1.1 (summon)
    (expert/plumber/doctor)
    1.2 (withdraw)
    retirar de circulación
    1.3 (Finance)
    (debt/loan)
    exigir el pago inmediato de
    (library books)
    solicitar la devolución de
    he had to call in all his political IOUs
    tuvo que recurrir a todos los que le debían favores políticos
  • 2verb + adverb 2.1 (visit)to call in (on somebody)shall we call in on the Rowsons?
    ¿por qué no pasamos a ver or a visitar a los Rowson?
    ¿por qué no les hacemos una visita a los Rowson?
    Ingrid called in while you were out (British English)
    Ingrid pasó or vino cuando no estabas
    2.2 (telephone)
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There are 2 main translations of call in in Spanish:

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call-in
Pronunciation: /kɔl ɪn/

noun

  • (American English)
    (programa de radio o TV en el que el público participa por teléfono)
    Example sentences
    • However, in this case, we heard all the talk shows and radio call-ins attacking Amber simply because she had a makeover.
    • Allowing guests to speak freely was radical enough, but then he introduced viewer call-ins.
    • This was articulated very clearly on call-in radio programmes after the local elections.

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