Definition of 'call off'
Example sentences containing 'call off'
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Well, Bruce wouldn't be needing it now; jellyback that he was, he would call off killing Mrs Jones now the police had been to visit him. YESTERDAY'S SHADOW (2002)Go and tell her if she doesn't want to cook, we can call off the dinner party. ANASTASIA KRUPNIK (3-IN-1)And the first thing I'm telling you to do is to call off your creature that has assumed the form of an angel. THE SERPENT'S MARK
Translations for 'call off'
British English: call off /kɔːl ɒf/ VERB
If you call off an event, you cancel it.
The wedding was called off.
- American English: call off
- Arabic: يُلْغِي
- Brazilian Portuguese: cancelar
- Chinese: 取消
- Croatian: otkazati
- Czech: odvolat
- Danish: afblæse
- Dutch: afzeggen
- European Spanish: suspender cancelar
- Finnish: perua
- French: annuler
- German: absagen
- Greek: ματαιώνω
- Italian: revocare
- Japanese: 取りやめる
- Korean: 철회하다
- Norwegian: avlyse
- Polish: odwołać
- European Portuguese: cancelar
- Romanian: anula
- Russian: отменять
- Spanish: suspender
- Swedish: inställa
- Thai: ยุติ
- Turkish: iptal etmek
- Ukrainian: скасовувати
- Vietnamese: hủy bỏ
Definition of call off from the Collins English Dictionary
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