recall

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations verb: /rɪˈkɔːl/, noun: /ˈriːkɔːl/

US:USA pronuncation: IPAUSA pronuncation: IPA/v. rɪˈkɔl; n. rɪˈkɔl, ˈrikɔl for 3, 4 ˈrikɔl for 5, 6/

US:USA pronunciation: respellingUSA pronunciation: respelling(v. ri kôl; n. ri kôl, rēkôl for 79, 12, 13; kôl for 10, 11)



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recall

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. [product, vehicle, item, equipment, machine] recalls
  2. a recall on the [product]
  3. the recall of [defective, faulty, damaged] goods
  4. a [partial, total] recall of [defective] items
  5. the recall of [thousands, millions] of products
  6. recalls due to [faulty steering, loose connections]
  7. issued a recall to [inspect, prevent, avoid, examine, discover]
  8. a recall of [Parliament, Congress]
  9. earned a recall to the [team, squad]
  10. got a recall after the first audition
  11. the [phone, telephone, dial] is on recall
  12. set the [phone] to recall
  13. the [structure, city, building, economy] is beyond recall
  14. his recall of [minor, important, several] details
  15. our recall of [events, figures, nursery rhymes]
  16. my recall of [school, childhood, teenage] days
  17. the [minister's, politician's] recall from office
  18. a political recall
  19. his recall following public [anger, outcry, protests]
  20. her recall following a [scandal, corruption case]
  21. I don't recall
  22. I don't recall [seeing, doing, going]
  23. recall [data, queries, commands]
  24. she (couldn't) recall his [number, address, name]
  25. recall with [fondness, sadness, pleasure]
  26. [vaguely, barely, hardly] recall
  27. as you [may, might] recall
  28. recall from our [last, previous, earlier] email
  29. recall a [product, car, food]
  30. they recalled [several, thousands of, millions of] units
  31. recalled to [duty, service, work]
  32. recalled to the [team, squad, case]
  33. recalled from [abroad, duty, home]
  34. she recalled other [actors, playwrights, periods]
n as adj
  1. the phone's recall [option, setting, button]
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