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    Call

    Pl explain the meaning of the word 'call' in the following context:

    Tony Blair reportedly tells a supporter, it's your call not mine.

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    Re: Call

    Quote Originally Posted by Jyotir View Post
    Pl explain the meaning of the word 'call' in the following context:

    Tony Blair reportedly tells a supporter, it's your call not mine.
    (not a professional teacher). Context might be helpful here, but it sounds like he was saying, "the decision is yours to make, not mine." "Call" is often used for "decision" - "Where shall we eat tonight? It's your call". "Lata or Asha, who has the better voice? That's a tough call to make".

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