call\ out

call\ out
1. I
1) if you know the answer put your hand up, don't call out если знаете ответ, не выкрикивайте, а просто поднимите руку
2) if you want anything call out and I'll bring it если вам что-нибудь нужно, крикните /позовите/, и я принесу
2. III
1) call out smb. /smb. out/ call out firemen (the police, etc.) вызывать пожарных и т. д.
2) call out smb., smth. he called me out он окликнул меня; the porters were calling out the names of the stations at which the train would stop проводники объявляли остановки поезда
3) call out smth. call out smb.'s courage (the best in him, new abilities, etc.) заставить кого-л. проявить храбрость и т. д., call out enthusiasm вызвать энтузиазм; the emergency called out his hidden talents чрезвычайные обстоятельства пробудили его скрытые таланты
4) call out smb. call out reservists призывать резервистов
3. IV
call out smb. at some time only if the case is urgent call out the doctor at night (at once, etc.) ночью и т. д. вызывайте врача только в экстренных случаях
4. XI
be catted out each ) person stepped forward as his name was called out каждый делал шаг вперед, когда выкликали / называли/ его . фамилию; а fire department had to be called out пришлось вызывать пожарную команду; be called out on smth. the doctor has been called out on an urgent case врач получил экстренный вызов
5. XVI
call out to smb. call out to one's friends (to the men behind, etc.) крикнуть друзьям и т. д; call out for smb. call out for bis wife (for his children, etc.) звать /позвать/ жену и т. д; call out for smth. call out for a glass of water (for pills, for some food, for cigarettes, etc.) крикнуть, чтобы принесли стакан воды и т. д; call out for help позвать на помощь; call out from some place call out from the bead of the stairs крикнуть с верхней площадки лестницы; call out with smth. call out with joy (with frustration, with pain, etc.) кричать от радости и т. д.; call out in smth. call out in one's sleep вскрикивать во сне
6. XXV
I called out "Stop!" "Стой!",call out крикнул я

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  • call-out — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms call out : singular call out plural call outs British a visit to your home or office by someone providing a service, for example a plumber or a computer expert Is there a call out charge? …   English dictionary

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