• Call after Name someone after somebody else. 
She was CALLED Rose AFTER her late grandmother.
  • Call around Visit.
 I CALLED AROUND but she wasn't in.
  • Call back Return a phone call. 
I must CALL her BACK when we get to the office.
  • Call for Demand.
The Opposition party CALLED FOR the minister's resignation after the scandal broke.
  • Call for Go to collect something. 
The courier CALLED FOR your parcel, but I told him it wasn't ready yet.
  • Call for Telephone for something.
 I'll CALL FOR a cab right away.
  • Call for Go and collect someone to take them out.
 I'll CALL FOR you at seven, so be ready because the film starts at half past.
  • Call for Require.
 An emergency like this CALLS FOR some pretty drastic action.
  • Call forth Make something happen.
 The protests CALLED FORTH a strong reaction from the police.
  • Call in Get someone to come and do a job. 
We had to CALL IN a plumber because the sink was leaking and I had no idea how to fix it.
  • Call in Stop and visit.
I CALLED IN on Jenny on my way home because she's not very well at the moment and I wanted to see if she needed anything.