Definition of 'phone call'
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Services such as helping people to make internet phone calls will still be provided. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He sped off after it, cornering the van when the driver pulled over to make a phone call. The Sun (2016)You recall the countless phone calls you made last time to cajole one unsuspecting soul into service. Christianity Today (2000) Just one phone call would have done it. Provided You Don't Kiss Me: 20 Years with Brian Clough (2007)Phone calls are also expected to be clearer. The Sun (2012)You make comments and you make phone calls at night time. Times, Sunday Times (2010)His bleak mood during that last phone call was unlike him. Times, Sunday Times (2009) Just one phone call made the terminally ill youngster smile. The Sun (2015)My sleep was then disturbed by four phone calls during the night. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It takes just one phone call or about five minutes on the web. Times, Sunday Times (2006)He has just had a phone call to say the op has been pushed back three weeks. The Sun (2015)The wifi is free and fast and complimentary local landline phone calls make booking a restaurant or theatre easy. The Sun (2016)The other night a phone call with a friend ended with a long chat about what to eat for supper. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Then again, maybe it will just make phone calls. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The payment also omitted phone calls, cash and numerous other small items you had claimed for. Times, Sunday Times (2013)If it cries, your phone calls another number to tell you about it. Times, Sunday Times (2010)With her husband often working abroad, she spent sleepless nights ignoring phone calls. The Sun (2012)He told cops he had to make a phone call, and carried the pet into his garden. The Sun (2007)I can also earn extra phone calls home too. The Sun (2008)All they need to do is set it initially with a phone call where they speak to a person or repeat phrases to a computer. The Sun (2016)The ability to make free mobile phone calls to anywhere in the world at any time of day sounds tempting, if unlikely. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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Translations for 'phone call'
British English: phone call /fəʊn kɔːl/ NOUN
If you make a phone call, you dial someone's phone number and speak to them by phone.
- American English: phone call
- Arabic: إِتِصَالٌ هَاتِفِيّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: chamada telefônica
- Chinese: 电话
- Croatian: telefonski poziv
- Czech: telefonát
- Danish: telefonopkald
- Dutch: telefoontje
- European Spanish: llamada telefónica
- Finnish: puhelu
- French: appel téléphonique
- German: Anruf
- Greek: τηλεφώνημα
- Italian: chiamata telefonica
- Japanese: 電話をかけること
- Korean: 전화
- Norwegian: telefonsamtale
- Polish: rozmowa telefoniczna
- European Portuguese: chamada telefónica
- Romanian: apel
- Russian: телефонный звонок
- Spanish: llamada telefónica
- Swedish: telefonsamtal
- Thai: โทรศัพท์หา
- Turkish: telefon görüşmesi
- Ukrainian: телефонний дзвінок
- Vietnamese: cuộc điện thoại
Definition of phone call from the Collins English Dictionary
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