Translation of alarm call in Spanish:
- (British English/inglés británico) llamada (feminine) despertador I'd like an alarm call for 8 o'clock por favor, llámeme a las ochoExample sentences
- I suppose there are other options such as television, or an telephone alarm call, or a timer on the hi-fi to play a CD.
- After an early alarm call and a four-hour journey to London, Cougars could have been forgiven if it had been their early play which was sluggish, but they hit the Skolars hard.
- I trot back to bed for two minutes' sleep and the next alarm call.
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