- vt. 呼叫；打电话；把 ...称为
- n. 打电话；访问；召唤；呼叫；把 ... 看作
- vi. 呼叫；(短暂的)拜访
- 到，拜望， 拜访，顺便到...
- vt. & vi. 叫,喊 speak or say in a loud clear voice; shout
- vt. 命名,取名 name
- vi. 拜访,访问 make a short visit
- vt. & vi. 通电话 speak to by telephone
- vt. & vi. 认为; 估计为 consider; regard as being
- vt. 召唤,号召 appeal to
- [C]呼喊声,叫声; 鸟鸣声 a loud sound, shout or cry; a characteristic cry of a bird
- [C]拜访; 小停 a short visit or stop
- [C]打电话 a telephone call
- [C]邀请; 要求,请求 an invitation, request, or command
- [C]召唤 summons
- [C]要求付款 a demand for payment
- [U]需要; 理由 a need; an occasion
a telephone connection;
"she reported several anonymous calls"
"he placed a phone call to London"
"he heard the phone ringing but didn't want to take the call"
a special disposition (as if from a divine source) to pursue a particular course;
"he was disappointed that he had not heard the Call"
a loud utterance; often in protest or opposition;
"the speaker was interrupted by loud cries from the rear of the audience"
a demand especially in the phrase
"the call of duty"
the characteristic sound produced by a bird;
"a bird will not learn its song unless it hears it at an early age"
a brief social visit;
"senior professors' wives no longer make afternoon calls on newcomers"
"the characters in Henry James' novels are forever paying calls on each other, usually in the parlor of some residence"
a demand by a broker that a customer deposit enough to bring his margin up to the minimum requirement
a demand for a show of hands in a card game;
"after two raises there was a call"
"many calls for Christmas stories"
"not many calls for buggywhips"
an instruction that interrupts the program being executed;
"Pascal performs calls by simply giving the name of the routine to be executed"
a visit in an official or professional capacity;
"the pastor's calls on his parishioners"
"the salesman's call on a customer"
(sports) the decision made by an umpire or referee;
"he was ejected for protesting the call"
the option to buy a given stock (or stock index or commodity future) at a given price before a given date
assign a specified (usually proper) proper name to;
"They named their son David"
"The new school was named after the famous Civil Rights leader"
ascribe a quality to or give a name of a common noun that reflects a quality;
"He called me a bastard"
"She called her children lazy and ungrateful"
get or try to get into communication (with someone) by telephone;
"I tried to call you all night"
"Take two aspirin and call me in the morning"
utter a sudden loud cry;
"she cried with pain when the doctor inserted the needle"
"I yelled to her from the window but she couldn't hear me"
order, request, or command to come;
"She was called into the director's office"
"Call the police!"
pay a brief visit;
"The mayor likes to call on some of the prominent citizens"
call a meeting; invite or command to meet;
"The Wannsee Conference was called to discuss the `Final Solution'"
"The new dean calls meetings every week"
read aloud to check for omissions or absentees;
send a message or attempt to reach someone by radio, phone, etc.; make a signal to in order to transmit a message;
"Hawaii is calling!"
"A transmitter in Samoa was heard calling"
utter a characteristic note or cry;
"bluejays called to one another"
stop or postpone because of adverse conditions, such as bad weather;
"call a football game"
greet, as with a prescribed form, title, or name;
"He always addresses me with `Sir'"
"Call me Mister"
"She calls him by first name"
make a stop in a harbour;
"The ship will call in Honolulu tomorrow"
demand payment of (a loan);
"Call a loan"
make a demand, as for a card or a suit or a show of hands;
"He called his trump"
give the calls (to the dancers) for a square dance
indicate a decision in regard to;
"call balls and strikes behind the plate"
make a prediction about; tell in advance;
"Call the outcome of an election"
require the presentation of for redemption before maturation;
"Call a bond"
challenge (somebody) to make good on a statement; charge with or censure for an offense;
"He deserves to be called on that"
declare in the capacity of an umpire or referee;
"call a runner out"
lure by imitating the characteristic call of an animal;
order or request or give a command for;
"The unions called a general strike for Sunday"
order, summon, or request for a specific duty or activity, work, role;
"He was already called 4 times for jury duty"
"They called him to active military duty"
utter in a loud voice or announce;
"He called my name"
"The auctioneer called the bids"
challenge the sincerity or truthfulness of;
"call the speaker on a question of fact"
consider or regard as being;
"I would not call her beautiful"
rouse somebody from sleep with a call;
"I was called at 5 A.M. this morning"
- The shouting boy did not hear his mother call him.
- I'll call you if you give me a name card.
- Most people call me Bob. How do I address you?
- Shortly after we arrived at that hotel, we made a call back home.
- Tomorrow I'll pay a call on him.
- The President made a call for national unity.
- The call of this bird is very loud.
- Welcome every call as an opportunity, not an interruption.
- But God has shown me that I should not call any man impure or unclean.
- She called to her father for help.
- I'll certainly call on you if I come again.
- Who's calling, please?
- She called and called but no one came to her assistance.
- I've been calling for five minutes.
- A gentle voice's calling.
- Not far away in the woods, a bird called.
- This is London calling.
- I hope you'll call again.
- The milkman calls every morning.
- She promised to call at noon.
- The office called to find out where you were.
- I will call to ask your permission tomorrow evening.
- A man called to read the gas meter.
- I called to see Mr. Green.
- Please call me if I don't wake up in time.
- Now I'll call the roll.
- The aircraft was calling the control station at the airport.
- I called him to the door.
- The teacher called me into his office.
- She helped him to bed and called a doctor immediately.
- They decided to call a general strike in the following month.
- John boasted he could climb to the roof without a ladder and so Jim called his bluff and said,“Well, let's see you do it!”
- The British Ambassador was called home.
- Cage called his name to see if he was at home.
- Would you call me a taxi?
- They called a doctor for Tom.
- She had a daughter last year.They call this one Catherine.
- Call me what you like.
- What do you call them in English?
- He called himself a captain.
- How could you call yourself my friend?
- That's what people call friendship.
- We call it rose.
- This was calling black white.
- I don't call Russian a hard language.
- We call that an honour to our class.
- I call that a shame.
- I wouldn't call that (to be) fair.
- I call that dishonest.
- We call her behaviour mean and selfish.
- An Englishman calls himself young at fifty.
- He is called Jacelin.
- William Ⅰ of England was commonly called William the Conqueror.
- My favourite movie is called Gone With The Wind .
- Nothing can be called unknowable.
- I don't call it living being a blind man.
- They called it silly to do so.
- The editor called me to tell him the news.
- The sirens are calling the men to assemble.
- This morning I received a telephone from a man called Charlie Green.
- He was reading a book called The Red Star Over China .
- There's a girl in the village called Xiao Fang.
- I heard a call for help.
- A clarion call broke the morning stillness.
- The call of this bird is very loud.
- The groom made a call to his horse to move to one side.
- This is the last call for the 11:00 express train to London.
- We paid a courtesy call on the headmaster.
- I must return her call soon.
- Haas made a call on Ade yesterday.
- Remember, you owe me a call now.
- The salesman made house-to-house calls for orders.
- The ship omitted a call.
- A phone call brought him hurrying to Leeds.
- I was just going out when a call came through on the phone from Tom.
- Would you try that call again, please? I've been connected to the wrong person.
- He accepted the call to the chairman of the trade union.
- The engineer declined a call to another research institute.
- The doctor attended a professional call.
- The Internationale is a clarion call to the labouring people of the world.《
- A call for 100 bottles of blood was answered promptly.
- College graduates should answer the Party's call to go down to the grass-roots units.
- In the war many people answered the call of the country.
- I did it at the call of duty.
- Imes felt the call of the sea.
- She has many calls on her money.
- The check should be paid at call.
- There is no call for you to worry.
- You had no call to do that.
- Was the last call four clubs?
- As the call, so the call.
- call about (v.+prep.)
找…谈某事 ask (sb) to talk about sth
call about sth
Excuse me, madam,I've been asked by Head Officer to call about your outstanding debt on the cooker.
- call after (v.+prep.)
以…命名 name after
call after sb/sth
I called after you, but you didn't hear.
They called after the departing truck.
他们跟在刚开走的卡车后面叫喊。call sb after sb
The father called the baby John after his grandfather.
- call at (v.+prep.)
- call away (v.+adv.)
转移(某人的注意力等) attract sb's attention, interests, etc.
- call back (v.+adv.)
记起(某事) remember (sth)
The man called from the other side of the river, and his friend called back.
那个男的隔着河喊他的朋友,他的朋友也回喊。call sb ⇔ back
The manager was about to leave when his secretary called him back.
His mother called him back from the school.
They called him back from America.
He isn't here right now.Please call back later.
Thanks for the news, and I'll call back in half an hour.
谢谢告诉我那个消息,半小时后我回电话。call sb ⇔ back
Would you ask her to call me back?
The salesman will call back at any house he missed.
那个推销员将重访他所怀念的每所房子。call sth ⇔ back
This medicine should call your strength back.
这种药能使你恢复精力。call sth ⇔ back
I cannot call his face back.
- call by (v.+adv.)
〈非正〉顺路来一下(到某处) visit when passing a place
If you don't mind,I'll call by at 5 and pick up my books.
Don't go out. Aunt Rose's calling by this evening.
- call down (v.+adv.)
责骂〔申斥〕(某人) scold (sb)
From a window on the third floor, a man called down,“Let that girl alone!”
一位男子在三楼的窗户朝楼下大声喊道:“别碰那姑娘!”call sth ⇔ down
If you do that, you'll be calling the indignation of the masses down upon yourself.
Every time I don't go to church on Sunday I have a guilty feeling that I'm going to call down the wrath of God.
每当我星期天没有去做礼拜时,我总有一种将会招致上帝愤怒的犯罪感。call sb ⇔ down
The director called Jim down for being late again.
Mother called Bob down for walking into the kitchen with muddy boots.
He called me down on my absence at that important meeting.
He was called down by his father for being lazy.
- call for (v.+prep.)
值得 be worthy of
- call forth (v.+adv.)
〈正〉引起,使产生 cause (sth) to be seen or used
call forth sth
The proposal called forth a good deal of criticism.
Their proposal called forth a heated discussion among us.
You will have to call forth all your energy for this work.
Oppression always calls forth the power of resistance.
April showers call forth May flowers.
- call in (v.+adv.)
收回,命令交出 direct to be given in
Call in this evening if possible.
Call in, or ring us up.
你可以来访,也可以打电话来。call sb in
Please call Kehr in.
请凯尔进来。call sb ⇔ in
They decided to call in a doctor, because the child was no better.
He insisted that we should call in a specialist at this point.
A lawyer is often called in to write a will.
The director has just called in to say that she'll be late.
主任来电话说她要迟些时候来。call sth ⇔ in
All the reporters rushed to the telephone to call in their stories when the game was over.
比赛结束时,所有的记者都冲到电话机房,用电话把采访的情况通知出去。call sth ⇔ in
The librarian has called in all the books.
The makers have called in some cars with dangerous faults.
The bank has threatened to call in all money lent more than twenty years ago.
On the outbreak of war the Government called in all gold coinage and replaced it by notes.
Owing to the discovery of a number of forgeries, all existing licences are to be called in and exchanged for new ones.
- call off (v.+adv.)
点名,逐一念出 speak a list of (names, words, etc.)
- call on〔upon〕 (v.+prep.)
起用,使用 use (sb/sth)
call on〔upon〕 sb
I called on Mr. Green this morning.
We called on him for his opinion.
An old friend of his called upon him yesterday afternoon.
昨天下午,他的一位老朋友来看他。call on〔upon〕 sb to-v
I felt quite nervous when the teacher called on me to answer the question.
The President called on the people to work hard to make the country rich and strong.
总统号召人民努力工作,使国家富强起来。call on〔upon〕 sb to-v
I called on him to keep his promise.
He called on Mr. White to speak at the gathering.
他请怀特先生在集会上讲话。call on〔upon〕 sb/sth
The cricket team was so short of players that they had to call on the second team.
In order to defeat his tennis opponent,Jim had to call on all his skills.
- call out (v.+adv.)
唤起,引起 cause (sth) to be seen〔used〕
If you know the answer, put your hand up, don't call out.
She called out for help but nobody came.
The sudden blow to her leg made her call out in pain.
她的腿突然遭到一击,疼得她大叫起来。call sth ⇔ out
Jane called out her friend's name when she saw her get on a bus.
Each one of you should stand up when your name is called out.
当叫你名时,每个人都应站起来。call sb ⇔ out
The fire brigade was called out twice last night.
The doctor is not at home; he has been called out on an urgent case.
大夫不在家,他被请去急诊了。call sb ⇔ out
The union called out the workers when negotiations with the factory owners failed to bring satisfactory results.
由于与厂主的谈判未能取得满意结果,工会下令工人们举行罢工。call sb ⇔ out
The teacher called out his students.
老师把学生们召集到一起。call sth ⇔ out
Trouble can call out a person's best qualities.
The speaker's emotional appeal called out a quick response from the audience.
- call over (v.+adv.)
把…叫过来 ask sb to come near
- call together (v.+adv.)
使集合,聚集起来 cause (sb/sth) to gather
call sb/sth together
Call all the members together and we'll take a vote.
When I am unwell I find it difficult to call my thoughts together.
- call up (v.+adv.)
用妖术或符咒引起(鬼魂)出现 cause (a spirit) to rise by the use of an incantation or spell
From the bottom of the stairs Mary called up,“Have you seen my glasses?”
玛丽在楼底下朝楼上大声地问:“你有没有看到我的眼镜?”call up to-v
The radio station had an open line on which listeners could call up to discuss various issues.
这家电台开放线路,听众可打电话参加各种问题的讨论。call sb/sth ⇔ up
Please call me up at any time.
I tried to call you up last night, but no one answered the phone.
She called up a friend just for a chat.
When he got back to the city, he called up the office.
他回到城里时给办公室打了个电话。call sb ⇔ up
The doctor was called up three times during the night to attend urgent cases.
医生夜里三次被叫醒去看急诊病人。call sth ⇔ up
Your letter calls up those pleasant days when we worked together.
The smell of these flowers called up my years in the countryside.
That face called up in his mind the image of his dead wife.
那张脸使他在脑海里出现了他亡妻的形象。call sb ⇔ up
He was called up right at the beginning of the war.
His elder brother was called up for military service.
During the war, all young men were called up to fight in the army, the navy or the air force.
战争时期,所有的年轻人都被征集参加陆军、海军或空军。call sb ⇔ up
The court called up three witnesses.
All the witnesses were called up when the trial began.
审讯开始时,所有证人都被传到法庭。call sth ⇔ up
The magician offered to call up the spirit of any great person of the past that we liked to name.
If the spirit of Caesar could be called up by some spell,I wonder what it would think of the present-day world.
- what is called
所谓的 what is known as
- a close call
〈口〉幸免,死里逃生 escaping by sheer luck; having a narrow escape
- at sb's call
听从(某人)召唤; 听命于人 taking orders from; at sb's command
- get no call
〈非正〉无权,无资格 have no right
- within call
顺从 submit to; yield to
- call a doctor 请医生
- call a halt 叫停
- call a list 读名单
- call a meeting 召开会议
- call a taxi 叫一辆出租车
- call a strike 发动罢工
- call a witness 传呼证人
- call attention 引起注意
- call case 审议案子
- call it a day 结束一天的工作,停止
- call it five bob 就算五先令好了
- call one's way 前进
- call sb's bluff 接受挑战〔请求〕
- call sb's name 呼唤某人的姓名
- call that a shame 认为那是一种羞辱
- call the roll 点名
- call the shots 预定比赛结果
- call the time 指挥事件的进行
- call the tune 定调子,操纵
- call the turn 发号施令,操纵
- call anciently 在古代称
- call colloquially 俗称
- call commonly 通常称
- call corruptly 误称
- call derisively 嘲笑地称呼
- call euphemistically 委婉地称呼
- call familiarly 熟悉地称呼
- call fancifully 奇怪地称呼
- call fitly 恰如其分地称呼
- call frequently 经常地要求
- call immediately 立即叫来
- call imperatively 迫切地要求
- call improperly 不妥地要求
- call loudly 大声地叫喊
- call lovely 亲热地称呼
- call personally 个人地要求
- call popularly 普遍地称呼
- call rightly 名正言顺地称为
- call safely 妥当地称为
- call slightly 轻蔑地称呼
- call suddenly 突然地称呼
- call aside 叫走(到一边),把…转移开
- call away 叫走,转变思想
- call back 叫回来,收回,回电话
- call down 祈求,引起,招惹,批评
- call forth 唤起,鼓起(勇气等),发挥(能力)
- call forward 请〔命令〕站到前面来
- call in 来访,邀请
- call in a doctor 请医生
- call in an expert 请专家
- call in money lent 收回借出的钱
- call in the police 叫警察
- call off 取消
- call off a football match 取消足球赛
- call off a meeting 取消会议
- call out 大声叫
- call round at the John's 到约翰家去玩
- call together 召集,邀集
- call up (给…)打电话,提醒,使想起
- call up good memories of 唤起对…的美好回忆
- call up one's courage 唤起勇气,鼓起勇气
- call up one's spirit 唤起某人的精神
- call up pictures of 使人联想到
- call up reservists 召集后备军人
- call about 为…打电话
- call after 以…而命名
- call at a port 停靠港口
- call at a station 停靠车站
- call at London (船)在伦敦靠岸
- call at sb's hotel 到某人旅馆访问
- call at sb's office 到某人办公处访问
- call sb before 叫到…的前面
- call sb by the name 叫某人
- call things by one's names 摆明事实,明白地说
- call for a person 要找某人
- call for comment 需要说明
- call for help 呼喊求救
- call in doubt 质问,对…怀疑
- call in question 认为(某事)有问题,怀疑
- call into being 创造,产生,使成立
- call into play 使活动
- call sb into some place 把某人叫进…
- call on〔upon〕 sb 号召某人,拜访某人
- call to account 要求作出解释,责备,与…结账
- call to arms 命令武装
- call sth to order 要…保持安静
- call to sb 大声叫喊某人
- call heaven to witness 对天发誓
- call sb to witness 要某人作证
- call out with pain 痛得大叫
- accept a call 应邀
- answer the call 接电话,响应号召
- attend a professional call 应邀出诊
- await the call 等待号召
- blare the call 吹响号角
- decline a call 谢绝邀请
- feel the call 想做某事
- get a call 接到电话
- have a call 接到电话
- hear sb's call 听到某人的声音
- issue a call 发出号召,发布号令
- make a call 访问
- make a call at 停靠
- omit a call 少停靠一站
- pay a call 访问
- receive a call 接到电话,接待
- respond to the call 响应号召
- return sb's call 回访某人
- take a call 谢幕
- wait for sb's call 等某人的电话
- brief call 短暂的访问
- ceremonial call 礼节性访问
- close call 幸免,死里逃生
- congratulatory call 祝贺性访问
- formal call 正式访问
- fruitless call 毫无结果的访问
- local call 本埠电话
- short call 短暂的访问
- emergency call 紧急信号〔召唤〕
- urgent call 紧急召唤
- frequent calls 经常性的访问
- further calls 更多的访问
- social calls 社交访问
- the last call 最后一次访问
- the wordless call 无声的呼唤
- business call 商务性访问
- courtesy call 礼节性访问
- curtain call 谢幕
- distress call 遇难信号
- duty call 礼节上的访问
- farewell call 告别
- long-distance call 长途电话
- maiden call 首次访问
- messenger call 传呼
- phone call 电话
- state call 国事访问
- strike call 罢工令
- toll call 长途电话
- afternoon call 午后的访问
- alarm call 警报
- clarion call 响亮的号角声
- conference call 电话会议
- draft calls 征兵人数
- service calls 集合号,上班号
- the bugle call 号声
- trumpet call 号声,紧急的召唤
- trunk calls 长途电话
- after call 见票后付款
- at call 随时听〔待〕命
- at sb's call 听命于某人
- a place of call 所到地,船只停靠地
- a round of calls 拜访很多人
- house of call 客栈,酒馆
- port of call 停靠港
- on call 随时可用,随时待命
- on wireless calls 无线电呼叫
- within call 喊声所及,在附近
They gave but a call, and in came their Master.出自： Bunyan
Sometimes you would call out for Cicely Hacket.出自：Taming of Shrew , Shakespeare
He calling earnestly after me.出自： T. Ellwood
He called softly.出自： S. T. Warner
To the billow the fountain calls.出自： fig.
- call可用作不及物动词,也可用作及物动词。作“喊”“叫”解时，多接简单宾语; 作“叫来”“请来”解时，多接双宾语,其间接宾语可转化为介词to的宾语; 作“命名”“称为”“认为是”解时，可接以名词或形容词充当补足语的复合宾语。充当宾语补足语的名词除专指某人外,一般都用冠词。call偶尔也可接由动词不定式充当补足语的复合宾语。call接复合宾语时,如宾语为动词不定式或动名词,而其补足语为形容词或名词时,则须以it置于宾语位置上充当形式宾语,而把真正的宾语置于其补足语之后。
- call someone表示“唤醒某人”或“高声唤某人而叫某人来”，在美国，还有“打电话给某人”的解释；
He is called Mark.
call后加不同介词再加宾语时，表示不同含义：call to sb表示“高声唤某人”。call on和call at都表示“短暂的拜访”，但是后者后面接地点。call upon sb表示“请求某人”，偶指“拜访某人”。call for sb可表示“拜访某人然后跟他一同出去”，或者表示“吩咐别人叫某人来”。call sb up表示“打电话给某人”；
The chairman called on her to say a few words.
- call没有“吩咐某人做什么”的意思，可以用动词tell或ask来代替call去表示。call sb to do表示“高声唤某人做某事”，如call him to help me有“高声唤他来帮助我”的意思；
短语call for的用法：可表示“需要”的意思，其后可加不定式。还可表示其他意思，如句子The meeting was called for I July表示“会议被决定在7月8日召开”。
The work is important enough to call for us to exercise great care.
- call at, call on
- 1.call at接地点名词,即某人的住处或工作单位; call on接表人的名词。
- 2.call at强调目的性,且通常时间较短; 而call on则指因公或社交,较正式。
- 3.call on可接以动词不定式充当补足语的复合宾语,意思是“请〔号召〕某人做某事”; 而call at无此用法。
- 4.call at还可作“(车、船)停靠”解; 而call on无此义。
- call on, call in
- call sb's name, call sb names
- 这两个短语的意思完全不同。前者是“叫某人的名字”,后者是“骂某人”; 前者可视实际情况而用name或names,而后者无论是一个人还是几个人,均用names。试比较以下两个句子:
- She heard someone calling her name.
- She heard someone calling her names.
- call, cry, shout
- call 类似汉语中的“呼叫”,指为引起他人的注意而大声说; cry 类似汉语中的“喊叫”,指表达感情(如痛苦、害怕等)和要求而大声叫; shout 类似汉语中的“呼喊”,兼有 call 和 cry的共同含义“大声喊”。试比较以下三个句子:
- I heard someone calling for help.
- I heard someone crying for help.
- “Go home!”the crowd shouted.
- call, name
- The girl was called〔named〕 Mary after her mother.这女孩随她妈妈也取名叫玛丽。
- Tasmania was named〔called〕 after its discoverer,A.J.Tasman.塔斯曼尼亚岛是以它的发现者塔斯曼命名的。
- 1.call的意思是“把…叫做…”,过去时、现在时或将来时都可以用; name则指“起名字”的一次性动作,一般不用于现在时。例如:
- What are you going to call〔name〕 the baby?你打算给婴儿取什么名字?
- She had a daughter last year.They call her Cage.她去年生了个女孩,他们把她叫做“凯奇”。
- Her father named her Cage.她父亲给她取名“凯奇”。
- 2.name指正式的命名, call则既可指正式的命名,也可用于别称。例如:
- His name is Brooks but we call him Jim.他的名字是布鲁克斯,但我们都称他为吉姆。
- It was named the Youth Canal.它被命名为青年渠。
- We call him Iron Ox.我们管他叫铁牛。
- 3.在表示“叫出名字”“提出”“提名为,任命”时,只能用name,不能用call; 而在表示“呼叫”“拜访”“认为”时,只能用call,而不能用name。
- call, phone, ring
- 这组词都可表示“打电话”。它们的区别是:phone和ring常用于英式英语中, call则常用于美式英语中。例如:
- (BrE)I'll phone you.
- (BrE)I'll ring you.
- (AmE)I'll call you.
- call, drop in, see, visit
- 1.从语气上说:visit是正式用语; call比较正式; drop in则是日常用语,有“顺便”“不定期”的意味; see一般用于亲友间的访问。例如:
- The foreign delegation is visiting in Beijing.外国代表团正在北京访问。
- The Britain Ambassador called on Premier Zhou Enlai yesterday.英国大使昨天拜会了周恩来总理。
- He sometimes drops in to see me in the evening.他有时晚上来看我。
- I'll go to see my parents tomorrow.明天我要去看望父母。
- I visited〔called〕 on the foreign guests yesterday.昨天我走访了外国客人。
- In China, restaurant and hotel kitchens are visited〔called〕 on regularly by officers of public health.在中国,卫生人员经常检查饭店和旅馆的厨房。
- The doctor is out.He went to visit an emergency case.医生不在。他有急病号,出诊去了。
- I shall call on you this afternoon.
- When he visited us last year he told us a story every evening.
- 去年他来我们这儿作客时,每晚都给 我们讲一个故事。
- 5.社交场合用的“名片”英美说法不同。美国称calling card,英国称visiting card。
- call, convene, convoke, invite, muster, summon
- convene的词义比较广,既可指召集某个团体,也可指单独调某人; 而convoke所表示的召集意思更正式,更具权威性,而且所召集的机构往往有权通过决议或有执行权; call和summon只用于指召集政权机构、正式会议等,而不用于指召集某些人,但summon的主体一般是有权的,要召集的态度也更坚决; muster不是表示召集,而是调集很多人于一地,它跟本组其他词的不同在于:它往往表示为检阅、演习等目的而调集,客体带有军事性质; invite则是客气地邀请,被邀者出席与否可以自愿选择。
- I called him to come.
- I called to him to come.
- I called out to him to come.
- call a doctor 叫医生
- call in a doctor 请来医生
- call for a doctor 去接医生
- call on a doctor 拜访医生
- They called Agnes a nurse.
- He made a call on Ada yesterday.
- He made Ada a call yesterday.
- call，summon，send for
- send for作“召唤”解时，语气较随便，暗示委派一件工作。
误 She called me to buy a ticket.
正 She told〔asked〕 me to buy a ticket.
析 call sb to do sth 指的是“高声唤某人做某事”,要表示“吩咐某人去做某事”,一般用tell〔ask〕 sb to do sth。
- ☆ 直接源自古英语的ceallian，意为叫唤，叫出来。
- ring up
- waken n.
- put option 卖期货选择权, 卖出选择...