Sinonimi: call for
1. To communicate (with) by telephone
2. To summon to a particular activity or employment; SYN. call for.
3. To summon to enter
4. To take a player out of a game in order to exchange for another player.
5. To take out of circulation when it is useless or defective
6. When you call your place of employment to say you cannot work that day because you are sick, you call in or call in sick.
1. To declare void and nul; make ineffective.
2. To make up for; SYN. offset, set off.
3. Said of cheques or tickets: to invalidate.
4. To postpone indefinitely or annul something that was scheduled; SYN. call off.
In mathematics, to simplify a fraction or ratio by dividing both numerator and denominator by the same number (which must be a common factor of both of them). For example, 5x/25 cancels to x/5 when divided top and bottom by 5.
Chiefly British; to beg off
To call off (as a bargain)
To allow the other team to score:, in baseball; SYN. allow.
ETYM Corrupted from Peruv. charqui dried beef.
1. To move with abrupt, seemingly uncontrolled motions; SYN. twitch.
2. To throw or toss with a quick motion; SYN. flick, flip.
1. To go into retirement; stop performing one's work or withdraw from one's position
2. To make (someone) retire
3. To withdraw from active participation:; SYN. withdraw.
4. To withdraw from circulation or form the market, as of bills, shares, and bonds.
5. To lose interest; SYN. withdraw.
6. To dispose of; as of old clothes; SYN. pension off.
7. (Baseball) To; SYN. put out.
1. To annul by recalling or rescinding; SYN. annul, lift, countermand, reverse, repeal, overturn, rescind.
2. To bring or call back
1. To cause someone to remember the past
2. To move text to the previous line; in printing.
3. To regain possession of something; SYN. repossess.
4. To resume a relationship with someone after an interruption, as in a wife taking back her husband.
Sinonimi: bring home
1. To accept; SYN. take up.
2. To fold up, of sails; SYN. gather in.
3. To make (clothes) smaller
4. To provide with shelter.
5. To take up as if with a sponge; SYN. sop up, suck in, take up.
6. To visit for entertainment
1. To cause to leave; SYN. move out, remove.
2. To obtain by legal of official process
3. To purchase prepared food to be eaten at home; SYN. buy food.
4. To remove something from a container or an enclosed space.
(Irregular preterit, past participle: withdrew, withdrawn).
1. To pull back or move away or backward; SYN. retreat, pull away, draw back, recede, pull back, retire, move back.
2. To remove funds, from a bank account; SYN. draw, take out.
To pull, or move with a sudden movement:; SYN. jerk.
Ukloniti blok podataka sa steka. Isto kao i naredba pop.
The process of retrieving data from a network server. See pop. Compare push (definition 2).