Sinônimos de call
to nameThey called their daughter Mischa.
My mother insisted on naming me Horace.
an instrumental piece entitled `Changing States'
He dubbed it the most exciting film currently in cinemas.
one man interviewed in our study, whom we shall designate as `Mr E'
He had been termed a temporary employee.
people who would like to style themselves as great thinkers
Too often the press are labelled as irresponsible.
a boat which he christened `the Stray Cat'
he saw scarcely a single elevation that he cared to denominate a hill
to describe (someone or something) as beingHis own party called him a traitor.
I had always considered myself a strong, competent woman.
She thought he was about seventeen years old.
It will take a few more years to judge the impact of these ideas.
Officials estimate it will be two days before electricity is restored to the island.
refer to as,
to speak loudly so as to attract attention`Boys!' he called, `Dinner's ready!'
`You're under arrest!' he cried.
We began to shout for help.
If I hear one more joke about my hair, I shall scream.
He was out there shouting and yelling.
The audience whooped and cheered with delight.
to telephoneWill you call me as soon as you hear anything?
to summonWe'd better call the doctor.
He called me over the tannoy.
The group promised to call a meeting of shareholders.
We couldn't even summon up the energy to open the envelope.
gather, , ,
In the evenings, we gathered round the fire and talked.
There was nowhere for students to assemble before classes.
They mustered in the open, well wrapped and saying little.
He convened a meeting of all the managers.
A crowd collected outside.
to pay someone a visitHe called at the house every day to ask how I was.
a communication by telephoneI got a call from him late last night.
a short visitI decided to pay a call on Faraz.
Helen recently paid me a visit.
a summons or invitationThere was a call by the trade unions for members to stay home for the duration of the strike.
They agreed to his request for help.
The company say they can't supply our order.
He grew ever more fierce in his demands.
The government issued a last-minute appeal to him to return.
The tanker failed to respond to a command to stop.
He received an invitation to lunch.
an impassioned plea to mankind to act to save the planet
a summons to the palace
He raised his arms in a gesture of supplication.
need, demand, or desireI'm afraid there's not much call for that product round here.
need, demand, or desireThere was no call for him to talk to you like he did.
There is obvious cause for concern.
There is a reason for every important thing that happens.
You had no occasion to speak to him like that.
There is no excuse for what he did.
I knew there was no justification for what I was doing.
The office has been dealing with their claim for benefits.
allure or fascinationa sailor who could not resist the call of the sea
It was never a physical attraction, just a meeting of minds.
The draw of India lies in its beauty.
No matter how much you feel the pull of the past, try to look to the future.
It was meant to give the party greater public appeal.
The lure of rural life is proving as strong as ever.
Physical attractiveness can play a major part in how we react to people.
It's a game that has really lost its allure.
There was no doubting the animal magnetism of the man.
a cry or shoutHe heard calls coming from the cellar.
See call for someone
See call on someone
See call someone up
See call the shots
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in the sense of address
to speak toThe two ministers did not address each other directly.
in the sense of allure
attractiveness or appealIt's a game that has really lost its allure.
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