call in (someone) or call (someone) in
to ask someone for help, to call for special advice
We called in a doctor to look at the patient.
call in (something) or call (something) in
call it a day
call it a night
call it quits
call of nature
call off (something) or call (something) off
call on (someone)
call out to (someone)
call the shots
call up (someone) or call (someone) up
no bed of roses
pick up a radio wave etc.
dig (something) out or dig out (something)
a long shot
get out of (somewhere)
clear (someone's) name
cheer (someone) up or cheer up (someone)
hear a peep out of (someone)
hit the hay
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