There are 2 main translations of phone in in Spanish:

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phone in

  • 1.1verb + adverb she phoned in sick
    llamó para dar parte de enferma
    se reportó enferma (Latin America)
    it's the first time I've phoned in to your program
    es la primera vez que llamo a su programa
    1.2verb + adverb + objectsomeone phoned in a complaint about our last program
    llamó alguien para quejarse del último programa
    I phoned in my order/bet
    llamé para hacer un pedido/una apuesta
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There are 2 main translations of phone in in Spanish:

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American English: /ˈfoʊn ˈˌɪn/


  • (programa de radio o TV en el que el público participa por teléfono)
    Example sentences
    • D-Day on the BBC also includes a wide range of regional output, from documentaries and news coverage to magazine programmes and phone-ins, both on radio and television.
    • But I'm sure that those poor souls who are charged with thinking up topics for BBC radio phone-ins and discussion programmes will be lapping this one up.
    • As the controversy spread from the broadsheets to the tabloids, to the daytime talkshows and the radio phone-ins, parental anxieties intensified.

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