Spanish translation of 'call out'
transitive verb + adverb
1. (= shout out)
2. (= summon)
[doctor, rescue services] llamar
[troops] hacer intervenir
to call workers out on strike llamar a los obreros a la huelga
intransitive verb + adverbSee also call
(in pain, for help etc) gritar
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On both occasions he'd started to call out a greeting only to be clubbed to the ground by one of his guards.WITHOUT REMORSE (1993)
Then he began to murmur in his sleep, to call out for his father.THE BROKEN GOD
Alternatively, we can call out for pizza to be delivered to reception.GOING OUT (2002)
She was going to stand up and call out to them, but she changed her mind and just watched them go.DESPERADOES
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Translation of call out from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary