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    Isabelle223 Guest

    Question Miss Call

    Hello there,



    If I rang someone once..Just one ring (on purpose). Is that called a 'Miss Call' or a 'Missed Call'? or something else?



    shall I say 'I left you a missed call' or 'I left you a miss call'



    Thaks a lot

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    MrPedantic is offline Moderator
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    Default Re: Miss Call

    Hello Isa

    Not quite you have a "missed call" when your phone rings, but you don't reach it in time. But you can't really leave someone a missed call.

    I would say "I let your phone ring". So if you're arranging it as a signal, for instance, you might say "I'll let your phone ring once when I get home".

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    MrP

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