Definition of 'phone in'
Example sentences containing 'phone in'
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It wasn't the most difficult thing in the world to pick up the phone in New York. YELLOW BIRDThe ski patroller was standing with the phone in her hand, looking at Huckmeyer who had his head down, defeated. SNOWJOB
A phone-in programme was in progress, and the irritation he immediately felt at the banalities being exchanged kept his adrenaline flowing. THE ENDLESS GAME (2002)button on the radio, irritated by the inane phone-in that had just started. THE LAST TEMPTATION (2002)You see, what I was doing was quite different from what that sad woman on the phone-in was doing. RESCUING ROSE (2002)
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Translations for 'phone in'
British English: phone-in NOUN
A phone-in is a programme on radio or television in which people telephone with questions or opinions and their calls are broadcast.
She took part in a radio phone-in programme.
- American English: call-in
- Brazilian Portuguese: programa com participação dos ouvintes
- Chinese: > 听众或观众来电直播节目电台或电视台的
- European Spanish: programa de radio o televisión con las líneas abiertas al público
- French: émission ligne ouverte
- German: Phone-in
- Italian: trasmissione radiofonica o televisiva con intervento telefonico degli ascoltatori
- Japanese: 視聴者電話参加番組
- Korean: 청취자 전화 참여 프로그램
- European Portuguese: programa com participação dos ouvintes
- Spanish: programa de radio o televisión con las líneas abiertas al público
Definition of phone in from the Collins English Dictionary
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