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Verb: call in
  1. Summon to enter
    "The nurse called in the next patient"
  2. Summon to a particular activity or employment
    "Experts were called in"
  3. Pay a brief visit
    "The mayor likes to call in on some of the prominent citizens";
    - visit, call
  4. Take a player out of a game in order to exchange for another player
  5. Make a phone call
    "call in to a radio station"; "call in sick"
  6. Demand payment of (a loan)
    "call in a loan";
    - call
  7. Cause to be returned
    "call in the defective auto tires";
    - recall, call back, withdraw
Noun: call-in  'kol,in
  1. A telephone call to a radio station or a television station in which the caller participates in the on-going program

Derived forms: calling in, call-ins, called in, calls in

Type of: ask in, call, call up, demand, exact, get together, invite, meet, move out, phone, phone call, remove, ring, send for, take, take out, telephone, telephone call

Encyclopedia: Call in