verb + object + adverb, verb + adverb + object
See parent entry: → call
- 1.1 (summon)(guard/fire brigade)
llamar(army)we had to call the doctor out in the middle of the night
hacer intervenir atuvimos que hacer venir al médico en la mitad de la noche1.2 (on strike)(British English)1.3 (utter) he called out her name
llamar a la huelgala llamó
pronunció su nombre [literary]
- (British English)
a domicilioExample sentences
- He said they received an emergency call-out for windows to be boarded up and other repairs before any further problems at the site.
- The Rural Doctors Association of WA is not entirely satisfied with the $1000 a week allowance made for emergency call-outs.
- There were 1,047 emergency call-outs and the charity rescued 833 wild creatures with 598 being released unharmed or set free after treatment.
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