Idiom: Come to call
Meaning: If someone comes to call, they respond to an order or summons directly.
Country: International English |
Subject Area: General |
Usage Type: Both or All Words Used
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- Close call
- Beck and call
- Call the shots
- First port of call
- Wake-up call
- Your call
- Call it a day
- Call time
- Call a spade a spade
- Call the tune
- Call the dogs off
- Call on the carpet
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