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    #1

    Ring in

    Dear all
    Advise me for this new sentence to me, please.

    <<I was hoping that you would ring in on this one.>>

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    Re: Ring in

    'Ring in on this one' means 'contact me by telephone about this matter'.

    Rover

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    Re: Ring in

    I agree with Rover.

    I would add that to me the in suggests that the call should be made to the office.

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