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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) llamarse (vi), 2) llamar (vt)
1) la llamada, 2) el dividendo pasivo
adv. adj.
a la vista
adv. adj.
a la vista
la lista de llamadas
la llamada
el préstamo exigible
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"call off": examples and translations in context
I cannot call off what I did not dictate. No puedo cancelar lo que yo no ordené.
Very few people are gutsy enough to call off a wedding. Muy poca gente es lo suficientemente valiente para cancelar una boda.
I think we can call off the raid. Creo que podemos suspender la redada.
You have to call off the rescue team. Tenía que suspender el equipo de rescate.
I can't let him call off the wedding, Nolan. No puedo dejar que cancele la boda, Nolan.
We must get the government to call off the drilling. Debemos hacer que el gobierno cancele la perforación.
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