roll call


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roll call

n.
1. The reading aloud of a list of names of people, as in a classroom or military post, to determine who is present or absent.
2. The time fixed for such a reading.

roll call

n
1. (Military) the reading aloud of an official list of names, those present responding when their names are read out
2. (Military) the time or signal for such a reading

roll′ call`


n.
the calling of a list of names, as of soldiers or students, for checking attendance.
[1765–75]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.roll call - calling out an official list of namesroll call - calling out an official list of names
mail call - a call of names of those receiving mail
muster call - a call of the names of personnel at a military assembly
attendance check - a call of students' names in a classroom
utterance, vocalization - the use of uttered sounds for auditory communication
Translations
vyvolávání jmen
navneopråb
nimenhuuto
prozivanje
点呼
점호
upprop
การขานชื่อ
điểm danh

roll call

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roll call

تَفَقُّدُ الـحُضُور vyvolávání jmen navneopråb Namensaufruf προσκλητήριο lista nimenhuuto appel prozivanje appello 点呼 점호 appel opprop sprawdzanie obecności chamada перекличка upprop การขานชื่อ yoklama điểm danh 点名
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