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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.
el préstamo exigible
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"call off": examples and translations in context
Larry, you have to call off this audition. Larry, tienes que cancelar la audición.
He's refusing to call off his dirty little deal. Se niega a cancelar su asqueroso trato.
If you prefer,... we can call off the proceedings. Si quiere... podemos suspender los actos.
I think we can call off the raid. Creo que podemos suspender la redada.
The helicopters want to call off the search. Los helicópteros quieren cancelar la búsqueda.
It was his idea we call off the race. Fue idea suya cancelar la carrera.
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