Definition of 'call for'
Translations for 'call for'
British English: call for /kɔːl fɔː/ VERB
If you call for someone or something, you go to collect them.
I shall be calling for you at seven o'clock.
- American English: call for
- Arabic: يَدْعو إلى
- Brazilian Portuguese: requerer
- Chinese: 号召
- Croatian: doći
- Czech: vyzvednout koho kde
- Danish: hente
- Dutch: ophalen
- European Spanish: pasar a recoger
- Finnish: noutaa tilanne tms.
- French: requérir
- German: anfordern
- Greek: περνώ να πάρω
- Italian: passare a prendere
- Japanese: 要求する
- Korean: (…)를 데리러 가다
- Norwegian: spørre etter
- Polish: wezwać do
- European Portuguese: invocar
- Romanian: a merge după cineva
- Russian: зайти за (кем-либо, чем-либо)
- Spanish: recoger
- Swedish: ropa på
- Thai: เรียกหา
- Turkish: gerektirmek
- Ukrainian: заходити по
- Vietnamese: đến rước
Definition of call for from the Collins English Dictionary
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