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callverb

  • ja呼ぶ
  • ento name or have a name for someone or something

Examples

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This is a song about a love triangle between 3 people that I made up.
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It's called, "Two of them kissed last night."
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There was a girl.
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We'll call her Betty.
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And a guy, let's call him Neil.
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Now, I can't stress this point too strongly.
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This story isn't real.
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Well, my name's Mike.
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Short for Michael.
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Maybe we can call you "El."
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Short for Eleven.
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"Death Wish."
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That's what everyone calls me 'cause I'm always first through the door.
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You're that Spider Guy on YouTube, right?
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Call me Spider-Man!
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Okay, Spider-Man.
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Do a flip.
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Yeah!
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Let's everybody just stay calm here.
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Or what?
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Are you gonna arrest me for dancing?
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You call that dancing?
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This is dancing.
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You’ve been called the Da Vinci of our time.
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What do you say to that?
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Absolutely ridiculous, I don’t paint.
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Jack?
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Jack is dead, my friend.
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You can call me... Joker.
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You beat up the bullies with your fists.
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You throw them in jail.
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Everybody calls you a hero, right?
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And then a month, a week, a day later, they're back on the streets.
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Oh, my God.
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What the hell is wrong with you?
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It's called a costume.
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What are you? Some kind of Jamaican zombie woman?
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You stupid raccoon.
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Don't call me a raccoon!
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What the hell is this?
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- Oh. - This is not mega-desk.
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No, it's not.
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They call it quad-desk.
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This one is called a Facekini.
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Claudia, will you put this on?
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You've got to— yes.
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No, don't pull your hair out.

Other meanings for call...

callverb

  • ja事が起こる前に予測し当たる、言った通りになる
  • ento predict something a while before it happens, and then be credited for it
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Leonardo DiCaprio finally won an Oscar.
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Yup.
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It was no surprise to me, I totally called it.
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He was here on the show about a month ago, and this is my prediction.
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First of all, congratulations.
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This movie is so fantastic.
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And you're nominated for a SAG Award, Golden Globe.
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And I'm positive you will be nominated, if not win, the Academy Award, so congratulations.
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- Really. - Thanks.
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See? I called it before he was even nominated.
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It was so funny, but it really was.
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- You were, I think, the first person out on the dance floor. - Yes.
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I usually do that.
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Which I loved.
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Well, I just like to get the party started.
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And you did.
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Maybe if I start dancing, everybody will start dancing.
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You did.
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And then Melissa said— She warned me.
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She said she was a very aggressive dancer.
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She called it herself.
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- And she— - Honest.
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Yes.
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- That is— That's what she is. - Honest.
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And anyway, it was hilarious and fantastic.
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But when people talk about the party, they really do talk about the 2 of you dancing together,
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which was just awesome.
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Thank you.
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Ben, do you have any predictions on who the next bachelor will be?
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- Wells. - I'm pulling for my buddy Wells.
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- Yes! See? - I'm telling you.
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I'm telling you.
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- I called it. - Wow. - Wells!
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Behind me is Diane Massey, one-time traffic reporter for K.L.O.W.'s local news.
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Some people consider her to be the Ashley Tisdale of traffic reporting.
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She has written a memoir about coping with the death of her husband, Roy.
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He died in a traffic accident, ironically enough.
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Isn't that something?
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- Thank you so much for writing this. - Of course.
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I recently lost my wife.
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Diane was a sweet, sad woman in a highly vulnerable state.
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I gotta hand it to Lucille. She called it.