call out

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To challenge, to denounce

He was very insulting. Finally Jack called him out and shut him up.

To specify, especially in detail

They call out 304 stainless steel in the drawing, but the part was made from aluminum.

To yell out; to vocalize audibly; announce

You just call out my name / And you know wherever I am / I'll come running to see you again.

A meeting or rally held in order to find interested participants, eg. for an activity or sports team

So many people attended the basketball call out that the coach decided to form 2 teams.

An incidence of someone being summoned for some purpose

I had to pay for the call out of the plumber after the pipe burst.

To order into service; to summon into service

The Governor called out the National Guard.

To challenge another wrestler, usually done while in the ring
call out loudly, as of names or numbers
graphics and layout term
{f} order troops to assemble; challenge to a duel; shout, speak in a loud voice
Feature that enables the TAC II system to telephone a predetermined list of individuals to alert them to alarm situations
If you call someone out, you order or request that they come to help, especially in an emergency. Colombia has called out the army and imposed emergency measures I called the doctor out The fire brigade should always be called out to a house fire. see also call 3
utter aloud; often with surprise, horror, or joy; "`I won!' he exclaimed"; "`Help!' she cried"; "`I'm here,' the mother shouted when she saw her child looking lost"
challenge to a duel; "D'Artignan called out Pushkin"
{i} number letter or other symbol used to call attention to a particular part of an illustration
call outs
plural form of call out
Alternative spelling of call out
A caption or label
A pull quote: an excerpt from an article (such as in a news magazine) that is duplicated in a large font alongside the article so as to grab a reader's attention and indicate the article's topic
A summons to someone designated as being on call
An invitation to fight; the act of one child calling out another
a situation in which someone is called to another person's house or place of business to do repairs, help them etc
a challenge to a fight or duel
The text used to point out and identify parts of the illustration Also, a heading that appears in a narrow margin next to the body copy
Text used to explain or identify a portion of an illustration Also, a pull quote extracted from text and set in display type
Text that explains or amplifies a portion of an illustration, usually accompanied by a line pointing to a particular area
A pointer, verbal or graphical or both, to a component of an illustration or a text object
Outward bound telephone calls
A quotation, often surrounded by a box, that uses large text to set it apart from the rest of the page The effect is to draw attention to the page contents
An element (generally a circle with number inside) within an illustration that corresponds to textual information or another graphic
A note on the blueprint identifying a dimension, specification, or machining process
a label in an illustration to identify some part of the picture; a superior figure used as a footnote reference; reference to figures, tables in text cap height actual vertical measure of a capital letter as opposed to type size (usually about 2/3 of type size)
Also called a "label " Explanatory note with a line pointing to something else in the document Usually created with a callout element in Word's AutoShapes button on the Drawing Toolbar A callout can also be created manually with a text box and a drawing line
A pointer, verbal or graphical or both, to a component of an illustration or a text object
call out

    Türkische aussprache

    kôl aut


    /ˈkôl ˈout/ /ˈkɔːl ˈaʊt/


    [ 'kol ] (verb.) before 12th century. From call + out.


    ... I also want to call out the one million people. ...

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