summon to enter;
"The nurse called in the next patient"
summon to a particular activity or employment;
"Experts were called in"
pay a brief visit;
"The mayor likes to call on some of the prominent citizens"
take a player out of a game in order to exchange for another player
make a phone call;
"call in to a radio station"
"call in sick"
demand payment of (a loan);
"Call a loan"
cause to be returned;
"recall the defective auto tires"
"The manufacturer tried to call back the spoilt yoghurt"
- Summon the pupils together in the school hall.
- Call up reserves and as many recruits as possible.
- How many friends did you call in?
- We are all invited to take part in the pageant.
- I found him working in his library when I called.
- Our neighbor popped in for a short call.
- I was paging through a magazine when he came in.
- A dog scratched at the door to be let in.
- We pay a flat rate for every telephone call.
- I need to call my jobber to sell some shares.
- The library is calling in all outstanding books.
- They have not been as umbrageous in demanding their territory back.
- Certain bank notes were called in.
- I don't think he will call back his promise.