call-in

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See also: callin, call in, and callin'

English[edit]

Adjective[edit]

call-in (not comparable)

  1. (of a TV or radio programme) In which members of the public telephone the studio and talk live to the presenter.

Noun[edit]

call-in (plural call-ins)

  1. A TV or radio programme allowing members of the public to telephone the studio and talk live to the presenter.
  2. A telephone call of this kind.
  3. A caller who makes such a call.

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