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    Call work

    Hi everybody,

    In this sentence:
    "... call work about a day off"

    What's the meaning of "call work"?

    Thanks again for your help!

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    Re: Call work

    Quote Originally Posted by emogen View Post
    In this sentence:"... call work about a day off"
    That is not a complete sentence. if you give us the complete sentence, we may be able to give you a better answer.

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    Re: Call work

    I imagine it means to call = to use the telephone. And "work" is who you are calling, meaning some people who also work for the same employer.

    If I were sick, I would call my department secretary to inform her that I would not be in.

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    Re: Call work

    Thanks SoothingDave!

    I think you are correct!
    I thought that "call work" was a unique verb or expression, but with your explanation I understood it better!

    Thanks a lot for your help!

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