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    HOw do you say when you order a pizza by the phone?

    I rang for pizza?

    How do you say?

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    Re: HOw do you say when you order a pizza by the phone?

    As Gill mentioned, there are many different ways to describe this situation. Probably the most common and succinct would be simply "I called and ordered a pizza." (This statement, however, does not clarify whether the caller is going to physically go and pick up the pizza or the pizza is going to be delivered to his home.)

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