v.呼唤，喊叫; 召唤，叫来，召集; 下令，命令; 打电话给
n.喊叫，大声喊; 电话联络; 必要，理由; 要求
1. Not far away in the woods, a bird called.
2. A gentle voice's calling.
3. I've been calling for five minutes.
4. I hope you'll call again.
5. She called and called but no one came to her assistance.
6. Who's calling, please?
7. The milkman calls every morning.
8. This is London calling.
9. She promised to call at noon.
10. I will call to ask your permission tomorrow evening.
1. He won his first Derby on the aptly named "Never Say Die".
2. When the chairman of Campbell's retired, McGovern was named as his successor.
3. Early in 1941 he was named commander of the Afrika Korps.
4. She was especially fond of a little girl named Betsy.
5. Within hours, police corralled the three men Lewis had named.
6. Efforts to reach the people named in the report proved unavailing.
7. Sean O'Leary has been named in the England squad to tour Argentina.
8. The grandly named European Cricketer Cup is based at Worksop College.
9. Recline & Sprawl is an amusingly named furniture shop in London.
10. America has no shortage of strangely named clubs.