call off translation | English-Spanish dictionary

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call off

  
   vt + adv  
1    (=cancel)  
  [+meeting, race]  
cancelar, suspender  
  [+deal]  
anular  
  [+search]  
abandonar, dar por terminado  
the strike was called off      se desconvocó la huelga  
2      [+dog]   llamar   (para que no ataque)  
Translation English - Spanish Collins Dictionary  
Collaborative Dictionary     English-Spanish
v.
1) llamarse (vi), 2) llamar (vt)
[BIZ]
n.
1) la llamada, 2) el dividendo pasivo
[BIZ]
adv. adj.
a la vista
[BIZ]
adv. adj.
a la vista
[BIZ]
n.
la lista de llamadas
n.
la llamada
[INFO]
n.
la prostituta de lujo
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"call off": examples and translations in context
I want to call off the hit on Hank Schillinger. Quiero cancelar el asesinato de Hank Schillinger.
We're gonna have to call off the weekend research project. Tendremos que cancelar el proyecto de investigación.
The government is going to call off all garbage runs. El gobierno va a suspender la recogida de basura.
Then we'll just have to call off the game. Entonces tendremos que suspender el partido.
Wants me to call off the march tonight. Quiere que suspenda la marcha de esta noche.
I'll tell Becca to call off the search. Le diré a Becca que suspenda la búsqueda.
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