Idioms

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.
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  • 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
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  • the responsible party
  • put the words into (someone`s) mouth
  • get the go-ahead
  • pack a punch/wallop
  • go to pot
  • run in (somewhere)
  • hush up (something) or hush (something) up
  • all-out-effort
  • sort out (something) or sort (something) out
  • take (someone) down a notch/peg or two

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