Call

Frases y oraciones de ejemplo

call letters   (cartas de llamada)

The station kept the WDGY call letters until 1991.

In 1963, the call letters were changed to KEND-TV.

WTGM changed its call letters to WHRO-FM in 1978.

call sign   (señal de llamada)

The "JZ" in the call sign referred to New Jersey.

Shortly after, WGMR switched its call sign to WFGE.

It changed the call sign to WHSK on July 3, 2019.

phone call   (llamada telefónica)

The phone call alerted rescuers five minutes later.

DiCamillo also released prank phone call recordings.

There was never a phone call about "Control"."

changed its call   (cambió su llamada)

WTGM changed its call letters to WHRO-FM in 1978.

On April 24, 2014, WOLT changed its call letters to WRTH.

On 1992-02-10, the station changed its call sign to KZUS.

call up   (llamar)

He stops at a payphone to call up Braxton, who is in their apartment.

He did not receive a call up for the 2006 FIFA World Cup due to injury.

In 2014, he accepted a call up from the Azerbaijan national football team.

call themselves   (llamarse a sí mismos)

Most Franconians do not call themselves Bavarians.

The fans call themselves the "Blue White Devils".

Many of them call themselves "we" instead of "I".

not call   (no llamar)

Most Franconians do not call themselves Bavarians.

If it is one, why not call it the soul straightway?

The villagers did not call for the fall of the regime.

telephone call   (llamada telefónica)

Friend Jake Whitridge responds to a frantic telephone call from Billy.

Will gets a telephone call from James; he has been arrested whilst seeking sex.

In January 1915, Bell made the first ceremonial transcontinental telephone call.

received a call   (recibió una llamada)

In 2005, he received a call from former Second City castmate Tina Fey.

2010 he received a call as successor of as organist at Mainz Cathedral.

Gspurning has not received a call from the Austrian national team since 2009.

first call   (primera llamada)

The first call to emergency services was at 5:38 a.m.

The first call sign of the station was KELR.

The first call on the prototype connected, reportedly, to a wrong number.

call upon   (invocar)

She can also call upon Mother Nature for assistance.

He could call upon three "gruppen" of Ju 87s.

Similarly, TV markets with a large Muslim population would call upon an imam.

call signs   (señales de llamada)

His amateur radio call signs were W1AST and W8AST

From 2000 to 2007, its call signs were WKWH-FM.

The station switched call signs to WWZZ on December 3, 1990.

receives a call   (recibe una llamada)

In a later date, the Brain receives a call from Uncle for help.

Deeksha later receives a call that her house has been ransacked.

Later, at the switchboard, Mary receives a call from the President.

decided to call   (decidió llamar)

They decided to call their new business a "design agency".

[sic] The 4 of us have decided to call it quits to the life that was ME.

Klaproth decided to call the element tellurium after the Latin word for earth.

call center   (centro de llamadas)

He currently lives in Lisbon and works in a call center.

A 24-hour call center was opened.

One day, Maya joins a call center and gets miffed with a driver on his careless driving.

call the police   (llama a la policía)

She threatened to call the police, and he strangled her.

She weeps and call the police, and eventually falls asleep.

The Cat Lady witnesses this and begs Mike to call the police.

call off   (cancelar)

Reena decides to call off her relationship with Maddy.

Little John and Will call off the fight, saying Robin is dead.

Gore and his followers were obliged to call off their protests.

call of duty   (llamado del deber)

Citation: For gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of his life above and beyond the call of duty.

Citation: For conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity at risk of life above and beyond the call of duty.

Citation: For conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity above and beyond the call of duty in action with the enemy.

distress call   (Llamado de auxilio)

A distress call was received by the CROSS at 04:30.

Janeway transmits a distress call to "Voyager".

There had been no chance of sending out a wireless distress call.

beyond the call   (más allá de la llamada)

Citation: For gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of his life above and beyond the call of duty.

Citation: For conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity at risk of life above and beyond the call of duty.

Citation: For conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity above and beyond the call of duty in action with the enemy.

roll call   (Llamada de rol)

Since 1839, the House has elected speakers by roll call vote.

The roll call classes are arranged according to the students' surnames.

There were no cosponsors to his amendment and it failed in a roll call vote.

used to call   (solía llamar)

He was what French people used to call “un lettré”.

They also used to call themselves the "Barya".

The Dutch used to call them "chianco".

casting call   (audición)

The casting call closed on January 24, 2020.

She always wanted to be an actress and was on the casting call sheet one day.

A casting call for a second season was announced at the end of the reunion show.

assigned the call   (asignado la llamada)

The station was originally assigned the call letters KTDO.

The station was assigned the call letters KSHR on 1982-01-18.

The station was assigned the call letters KBFQ on May 15, 1998.

call for help   (llamar por ayuda)

As the house gets no cell phone reception, the group is unable to call for help.

He finds Sara and Therese, who are too afraid to call for help, in the well and climbs after them.

When Goran gets stuck, Angel stuffs his mouth with a rag so he would be unable to speak or call for help.

port of call   (puerto de escala)

The "Gazelle"s next port of call was to be Saint Helena, another British colony.

Following the attack the "Nautica" proceeded normally to her next scheduled port of call.

In that year a 60-kilometer road was constructed to Killarney, the first port of call for the steamer.

first call up   (primer llamado)

Etxeita received his first call up to the senior Spain team in October 2015.

Max received his first call up to the Ivory Coast national team in November 2010.

Vidales received his first call up to play for the Peru national team on 27 September 2012.

people call   (El llamado de la gente)

My people call it 'The Dweller on the Threshold' ...

So, people call this place as ‘Sieng Kong’.

Local Tianjinese people call the area "The Five Avenues".

did not call   (no llamó)

The villagers did not call for the fall of the regime.

There was no lighting, and early and late trains did not call.

The Amiga artists also did not call their ASCII art style "Oldskool".

currently call   (actualmente llama)

The following services currently call at Sauwerd:

The following services currently call at Loppersum:

The following services currently call at Stedum:

gets a call   (recibe una llamada)

Frankie gets a call that something is wrong with MJ.

She gets a call from Yong-kwan (Seo Gun-woo), who later arrives at her home.

Maradona also gets a call from Asha who is now a nurse in a hospital somewhere.

new call   (nueva llamada)

The new call letters on 100.3 were KTLK-FM.

WQSR kept its new call letters.

To further protect consumers, a new call centre was constructed for consumer rights to assist citizens.

now call   (ahora llama)

They will now call Allegiant Stadium home beginning in 2020.

The complete"lektón" of a sentence is what we would now call its proposition.

In Medieval times, what we now call economy was not far from the subsistence level.

services currently call   (servicios actualmente llaman)

The following services currently call at Sauwerd:

The following services currently call at Loppersum:

The following services currently call at Stedum:

what they call   (lo que llaman)

They did this to challenge what they call outsiders.

People who know the story will find a lot of what they call errors.

Orthodox likewise believe that baptism removes what they call the ancestral sin of Adam.

call attention   (llamar la atención)

Because the rhyme comes so quickly, it tends to call attention to itself.

That work helped call attention to the importance of military aviation in its infancy.

Two weeks later she left her position; she received criticism for using the intercom to call attention to it.

conference call   (conferencia)

The change was a reaction to Schnatter using a racial slur on a Papa John's conference call.

Barney invites the Svens to a conference call, but finds they do not understand what he's doing.

When Bilson replies that he voted for Ted, Marshall grabs Barney for a conference call to confront him.

call centre   (centro de llamadas)

By late 2018, the call centre was processing 80,000 calls a week.

These include the call centre industries in the Philippines, Bangladesh, and India.

Woods was working in a call centre when her agent called to tell her she had won the part.

radio call   (llamada de radio)

His amateur radio call signs were W1AST and W8AST

His amateur radio call sign is JP1DPJ.

The station unit number was 91 and the radio call sign was NRN-1.

began to call   (comenzó a llamar)

Later, the miners began to call him - Rudnogorsk.

Thus, people began to call him "Ears" (耳).

Many people began to call Madero "the Apostle of Democracy".

call to action   (llamada a la acción)

So Much Gone by: Poetpunk "All poetry is a call to action."

Their call to action, highlighted in their manifesto includes: 1.

"The Washington Post" Ana Swanson said that the call to action is a "powerful" message.

call to arms   (llamar a las armas)

She then appeared on Rosko John's debut solo album "call to arms" in 2012.

16 of the 39 municipalities of the royal demesne answered the call to arms.

It is a call to arms."

call and response   (Llama y responde)

This follows onto a call and response chorus between both Dappy and Tulisa.

As such, it is primarily a dance music with an emphasis on live audience call and response.

Many of the songs are sung in a call and response format while others are in the form of a narrative.

got a call   (Tengo una llamada)

He later got a call back and was told he had got the part.

On the next morning, Frum got a call from AEI president Brooks.

"I got a call saying, 'Mr.

system call   (llamada al sistema)

All are really the same thing, a system call to the underlying hypervisor.

A Bourne shell-compatible command interpreter, such as bash, was needed and in turn a fork system call emulation and standard input/output.

This was the standard method for making an RDOS system call on early Nova models; the assembly language mnemonic ".SYSTM" translated to this.

emergency call   (llamada de emergencia)

On 18 September 2012, Cregan made a hoax emergency call to the police.

The control center receives an emergency call on average every 30 seconds.

I-195, like many other highways in New Jersey, once had solar powered emergency call boxes every .

able to call   (capaz de llamar)

And how lucky I am to be able to call on him."

Many major commissions followed and Gardner was suddenly able to call himself "a composer".

Many people who learned that they were on their lists, were able to call in and were removed.

continued to call   (continuó llamando)

Brigg's continued to call out Haye, asking him to honor his end of the agreement.

His family, friends and personal acquaintances continued to call him Bart for the rest of his life.

To keep name recognition alive, the company continued to call its Canadian division 'Dominion Bridge'.

call centers   (centros de llamadas)

Major international insurance companies also have call centers based in the city.

In addition, she brought the company's call centers back to the U.S. from overseas.

Two additional call centers were subsequently opened in Oshkosh, Wisconsin and Green Bay, Wisconsin.

ports of call   (puertos de escala)

Her ports of call included Pearl Harbor, Kwajalein, Manus, and Guam.

Other routes included ports of call such as Halifax, Hampton Roads and Saint Lucia.

Vancouver, Victoria, and Prince Rupert are also major ports of call for cruise ships.

public call   (llamada pública)

It is also obliged to provide public call boxes.

A public call out is made by the Board and is distributed via FAI's newsletter, The Alchemist, along with all of their social media outlets.

The EC, utilizing the same communications outlets, then makes public call outs for the individual teams that manage the day-to-day operations of the event teams.

changed the call   (cambió la llamada)

It changed the call sign to WHSK on July 3, 2019.

On December 15, 1980, it changed the call sign to WXIR.

On August 19, 2003, Disney changed the call sign to WRDZ-FM.

call back   (llamar de vuelta)

Davinger also applauded Darryl's sound byte call back.

He later got a call back and was told he had got the part.

The cost is composed of the cost to convert the call, IP connectivity, convert the call back.

alarm call   (llamada de alarma)

Crested Guinea fowl, a ground-dwelling fowl, produce a single type of alarm call for all predators it detects.

The alarm call, given when shocked or distressed by potential danger, is an explosive snort, made by expelling air through the nostrils.

When detecting the seismics of an alarm call signalling danger from predators, elephants enter a defensive posture and family groups will pack together.

new call letters   (nuevas cartas de llamada)

The new call letters on 100.3 were KTLK-FM.

WQSR kept its new call letters.

That fall, the station rebranded as KQXI, with the new call letters taking effect on September 27, 1965.

services call   (llamada de servicios)

The following train services call at this station:

, the following train services call at this station:

what we call   (lo que llamamos)

Could they, someday, come to have what we call a mind?

This is what we call navel today.

For Hume, an "impression" corresponds roughly with what we call a sensation.

call girl   (prostituta)

A high-priced call girl, Liz Blake, happens upon the body.

Not in attendance, Roger sleeps with a call girl named Vicki.

Roger struggles to find a romantic companionship with a call girl.

tries to call   (intenta llamar)

Jesse tries to call her dad, but he doesn't pick up.

Hipolito tries to call Catindig, not knowing that he died.

After she is released, she tries to call him, but can never seem to get in touch.

changed their call   (cambió su llamada)

They changed their call letters to KSVN-CA a month later.

On January 3, 2017, WZPS changed their call letters to WYSN.

On July 2, 2015, WEMM changed their call letters to WZPS and rebranded as "Spirit 1200".

issued a call   (emitió una llamada)

On 9 July he issued a call for election of new Members of Congress.

Monroy accepted her counsel and issued a call for a council of war.

In 2002, Thackeray issued a call to form Hindu suicide bomber squads to take on the menace of terrorism.

call home   (llama a casa)

Their reward is a satellite phone call home.

At times she had no immediate support system and no place to call home.

But one space that they have to call home is this institution: the prison."

open call   (llamada abierta)

The open call for entries was until January 28, 2009.

An open call for songs was held by RTCG until 20 January.

The exhibition consisted of works drawn from an open call and sometimes included works by invited artists.

accepted a call   (aceptó una llamada)

He accepted a call to Leipzig, where he died in harness in 1876.

J. L. Poore's urging Manthorpe accepted a call to South Australia in 1858.

In 2014, he accepted a call up from the Azerbaijan national football team.

wanted to call   (quería llamar)

Trinidad had wanted to call the player into their squad for the 2006 FIFA World Cup.

The infant's parents wanted to call the baby Louis, and suggested the Queen of Prussia and the Duke of York as sponsors.

He said: "I wanted to call my company General, but there's so many Generals in the U.S.: General Electric, General Motors.

changed call   (llamada cambiada)

The station changed call letters, this time to KUVR-CA.

(That station has since changed call letters to CKKS-FM.)

The station officially changed call letters to WILD-FM on October 26.

not to call   (no llamar)

They later hear his mother, Natalie, begging him not to call for anyone.

She decides it is best not to call the police and to cover up the murder.

She also tells Adam not to call her when Kate inevitably breaks his heart again.

later call   (llamada posterior)

Murrow would later call it the best advice he ever ignored.

"Time" magazine would later call Egeland "the world's conscience."

These legends intensified an inner longing that he would later call "joy".

often call   (a menudo llama)

He would often call Aikido a "moving Zen".

Dominoes aficionados often call this procedure smacking down the bone.

Local supporters often call the club simply "Ceo", which is Venetian for Chievo.

call itself   (llamarse)

A municipality in Finland can choose to call itself either a "city" or "municipality".

After the split there was no party in parliament which was allowed to call itself AOV by the presidium.

The signal can be the call itself, the intensity of a call, its variation style, its repetition rate, and so on.