Definition of call-in in English:

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call-in

Pronunciation: /ˈkälˌin/

noun

1A radio or television program during which the listeners or viewers telephone the studio and participate.
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.
1.1 [as modifier] Denoting something conducted by people leaving answers or messages by telephone: a call-in poll
More example sentences
  • Appropriate supervision methods include supervisor directives, supervisor modeling of appropriate professional conduct, and directive call-ins.
  • For example, in a USA Today call-in poll 81 percent of the more than 6,000 respondents said that ‘he symbolizes what made the U.S.A. a great country.’
  • The Secretary of State's policy on call-ins is to be very selective.

Words that rhyme with call-in

Carlin, marlin, marline, Stalin
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