call off translation | English-Spanish dictionary


call off

   vt + adv  
1    (=cancel)  
  [+meeting, race]  
cancelar, suspender  
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
1) la llamada, 2) el dividendo pasivo
1) llamarse (vi), 2) llamar (vt)
adv. adj.
a la vista
adv. adj.
a la vista
la llamada
la lista de llamadas
la prostituta de lujo
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"call off": examples and translations in context
Tell Nucky I'll talk to a.R., call off the d'Alessios. Dile a Nucky que voy a hablar con A.R., cancelar lo de d'Alessios.
It was so bad he even threatened to call off the whole wedding. Fue tan horrible que hasta amenazó con cancelar la boda.
The government is going to call off all garbage runs. El gobierno va a suspender la recogida de basura.
If you prefer,... we can call off the proceedings. Si quiere... ...podemos suspender los actos.
Simon offered to call off the wedding in exchange for majority control of darling enterprises. Simon ofreció cancelar la boda a cambio del control mayoritario de las empresas Darling.
Maybe even call off the county fair. Tal vez cancelar la feria del condado.
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