In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
transitive and intransitive verbredialled, redialling, redialing, redialed
1volver a marcarvolver a discar Southern Cone
- And that wouldn't have anything to do with the fact you were on the phone all morning, dialing and redialing the same number?
- She played with her cell phone the entire time, dialing and redialing numbers.
- I rolled my eyes as I hung up, then redialed the number that he'd given me.
- ‘Bye,’ Sara said as she hung up and redialed David's number.
- Chad picked up his phone again and redialed Bethany's number.
- She picked up the phone again and redialed the number.
- Ned says to redial the last number on Corey's phone.
- He redialed Jacques' number, and left another voice mail.
- I tried hanging up and redialing, but it was still dead.
- I have listened to my own staff sat at a desk constantly redialling Trading Standards and taking three to four hours to get through.
- When it didn't come Ashley furiously redialed the number.
- I then redialled the last number on my mobile as I faced him.
- Abi yelled into the phone, hung up, picked up the phone and redialed Sarah's number.
- One evening last summer I spent an hour or two dialling and redialling the same telephone number in order to cast a vote for the conservation of a building I had never seen.
- After about five minutes of redialing, since the keys stick, I finally got the number right.
- Jared's hands shook with excitement as he redialed the hotel's number, amazed at how easy this all was.
- He redialed the number of the bodyguard and waited for him to pick up.
- Speed dial is required to minimize the time a subscriber has to spend dialing or redialing.
- So I redialled, whereupon I was put through to the wrong department.
- Noticing that she didn't say anything more, he redialed the number on his cell phone.
1rellamada feminineautomatic redial — rellamada automática
- before noun redial button — tecla de rellamada
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