called 是什么意思

called的中文意思是: 打电话

called例句大全

  1. The sequence of events is: setup () is called, testxxx () method is called, tearDown () is called.

    其中的事件序列如下:调用setUp(),调用testxxx()方法,调用tearDown()。

  2. people called him The Dog and called his philosophy Cynicism.

    人们称他为狗,称他的哲学为犬儒主义。

  3. This is called point. This circle is called underside .

    师:很好,这个点叫做顶点。这个圆叫做底面。

  4. tables organize data into columns ( called fields ) and rows ( called records ).

    表组织数据成专栏(叫领域)和列(叫纪录)。

  5. He called and called but no one came to his assistance.

    他叫了又叫,但没有人来帮忙。

  6. Freud called this treatment the'talking cure'. later it was called psychoanalysis.

    弗洛伊德将这样的治疗称为倾诉疗法,后被命名为精神分析。

  7. The army called it a battle ; Indians called it a massacre.

    政府军队称其为战斗,印第安人称其为屠杀。

  8. Notice that inside the loop, a function called dynamicCast is called.

    注意,循环内部调用了一个名为dynamicCast的函数。

  9. A reader also called an interrogator communicates with a tag, called a transponder.

    一个阅读器(也称为读写器)与标签进行通信,标签也称为转发器。

  10. Aristotle called courage the first virtue, and Samuel Johnson called it the greatest.

    亚里斯多德曾把勇气称为第一种美德,塞缪尔•约翰逊则称之为最伟大的德行。

  11. This is called collocation.

    这种现象叫词的搭配。

  12. It's called independence day.

    我们叫“独立日”。

  13. This effects called warping.

    此种效应称为翘曲。

  14. It's called intermittent reinforcement.

    这称为继续强化。

  15. This is called instrumentation.

    这叫做仪表化。

  16. It's called Al's Steakhouse.

    那个地方叫阿尔的牛排馆。

  17. They're called bowline knots.

    他们称之为单套结。

  18. This is called"anatomy".

    这就叫做解剖学。

  19. This is called sublimation.

    这个过程是升华。

  20. What's frankie's dad called?

    你们怎么称呼弗兰基的爸爸?

  21. these are called interceptors.

    这叫做拦截器。

  22. Called line identification facility

    识别被呼叫线路设备

  23. I called him twice.

    我喊了他两声。

  24. Caution is called for.

    麦肯锡告诫要保持谨慎。

  25. Yesterdays, I called you.

    昨天,我和你通了电话。

  26. They're called canned hunts .

    他们叫这是封闭式狩猎。

  27. she called again.

    “小子们!”她又叫道。

  28. They are called kangaroos.

    它们叫袋鼠。

  29. Jaeger's mother called again.

    耶格的妈妈又打过电话了。

  30. human cloning, it's called.

    这就叫做人类无性生殖。

  31. It's called raunchy sex .

    这种方法叫做放荡性爱法。

  32. 22 Service fault called.

    22发球违例。

  33. people called her shrew.

    人们叫她泼妇。

  34. They are called troglodytes.

    他们叫穴居人。

  35. When we were called Sick man of Asia , we were called The Yellow Peril.

    当我们被称为“东亚病夫”时,我们也被称为“黄祸”。

  36. Sometimes television is called the small screen and cinema is called the big screen.

    电影有时被叫做大屏幕,电视被叫做小屏幂。

  37. On the way of practice there is no so-called master and so-called apprentice .

    在修行的路上其实是无所谓师父,无所谓徒弟的。

  38. That's because the male Y chromosome ( 3 ) a so-called sex determination gene called SRY.

    这是由于男人Y染色体自身携带了决定雄性性别的基因片段&SRY基因。

  39. What is canada's system of government called canada's government system is called a parliamentary system

    加拿大政府采用何种政治体制国会为首的政体。

  40. The man called from the other side of the river, and his friend called back.

    那个男的隔着河喊他的朋友,他的朋友也回喊。

called中英翻译结果
出自:柯林斯词典

1
叫;称呼;将…命名;给…起名字
If you call someone or something by a particular name or title, you give them that name or title.
  1. I always wanted to call the dog Mufty for some reason...

    不知怎么的,我老想把这条狗唤作穆夫提。

  2. 'Doctor...' — 'Will you please call me Sarah?'...

    “大夫…”——“就叫我萨拉好了。”

  3. Everybody called each other by their surnames.

    大家相互之间都以姓氏相称。

2
把…说成;认为…是;将…称为
If you call someone or something a particular thing, you suggest they are that thing or describe them as that thing.
  1. The speech was interrupted by members of the Conservative Party, who called him a traitor...

    演说被保守党人士打断,他们称他是叛徒。

  2. I wouldn't call it a burden; I call it a responsibility...

    我不觉得这是负担;我觉得它是一种责任。

  3. She calls me lazy and selfish...

    她说我又懒又自私。

  4. He called it particularly cynical to begin releasing the hostages on Christmas Day...

    他认为在圣诞节这天开始释放人质尤为讽刺。

  5. Anyone can call themselves a psychotherapist.

    谁都可以自称是心理治疗师。

3
喊;叫;大声说出
If you call something, you say it in a loud voice, because you are trying to attract someone's attention.
  1. He could hear the others downstairs in different parts of the house calling his name...

    他听到其他人从楼下不同地方喊他的名字。

  2. 'Boys!' she called again.

    “小子们!”她又叫道。

4
打电话给…;给…打电话
If you call someone, you telephone them.
  1. Would you call me as soon as you find out?...

    你一弄清楚了就给我打电话好吗?

  2. A friend of mine gave me this number to call...

    一个朋友要我打这个号码。

  3. 'May I speak with Mr Coyne, please?' — 'May I ask who's calling?'

    “请科因先生接一下电话好吗?”——“请问您是哪位?”

5
(通常指打电话)呼叫,叫,召唤
If you call someone such as a doctor or the police, you ask them to come to you, usually by telephoning them.
  1. He screamed for his wife to call an ambulance...

    他尖叫着让他老婆打电话叫救护车。

  2. One night he was called to see a woman with tuberculosis.

    一天夜里,有人打来电话,请他去给一位患肺结核的妇女看病。

6
喊;呼唤
If you call someone, you ask them to come to you by shouting to them.
  1. She called her young son: 'Here, Stephen, come and look at this!'...

    她喊她的小儿子:“喂,斯蒂芬,过来看看这个!”

  2. He called me over the Tannoy.

    他用天朗扩音器喊我。

7
打电话
When you make a telephone call, you telephone someone.
  1. I made a phone call to the United States to talk to a friend...

    我打电话给美国的一个朋友。

  2. I've had hundreds of calls from other victims...

    我已经接到了其他受害人打来的上百个电话。

  3. I got a call from him late yesterday evening.

    昨天深夜我接到他的电话。

8
召集(会议、排练等);宣布举行(选举等)
If someone in authority calls something such as a meeting, rehearsal, or election, they arrange for it to take place at a particular time.
  1. The Committee decided to call a meeting of the All India Congress...

    委员会决定召开国大党会议。

  2. The RSC was calling a press conference to announce the theatre's closure...

    皇家莎士比亚剧团要召开新闻发布会,宣布剧院关闭。

  3. The strike was called by the Lebanese Forces militia...

    罢工是黎巴嫩武装民兵召集的。

  4. A meeting has been called for Monday.

    兹定于周一召开会议。

9
传唤(某人出庭等)
If someone is called before a court or committee, they are ordered to appear there, usually to give evidence.
  1. The child waited two hours before she was called to give evidence...

    小女孩等了两个小时才被传唤进去作证。

  2. I was called as an expert witness.

    我作为专家证人被传唤出庭。

10
短暂停留;访问;拜访
If you call somewhere, you make a short visit there.
  1. A market researcher called at the house where he was living...

    一位市场调查人员造访了他的住处。

  2. Andrew now came almost weekly to call.

    现在安德鲁几乎每星期都来。

11
(火车、公共汽车、船舶)停靠,停留
When a train, bus, or ship calls somewhere, it stops there for a short time to allow people to get on or off.
  1. The steamer calls at several ports along the way.

    一路上,汽船在好几个港口停靠。

12
取消(比赛等)
To call a game or sporting event means to cancel it, for example because of rain or bad light.
  1. The second game of the series had ended in a 3-3 tie after ten innings when the game was called on account of darkness...

    系列赛第二场在十局过后,双方战成3比3平,此时由于天黑,比赛取消。

  2. We called the next game.

    我们取消了下一场比赛。

13
号召;呼吁;号令
If there is a call for something, someone demands that it should happen.
  1. There have been calls for a new kind of security arrangement...

    不少人呼吁出台新的安全措施。

  2. Almost all workers heeded a call by the trade unions to stay at home for the duration of the strike.

    工会号召工人在罢工期间呆在家里,几乎所有工人都响应了这一号召。

14
需要;需求
If there is little or no call for something, very few people want it to be done or provided.
  1. 'Have you got just plain chocolate?' — 'No, I'm afraid there's not much call for that.'

    “你们有纯巧克力吗?”——“没有,恐怕那东西没几个人要。”

15
吸引力;魅力
The call of something such as a place is the way it attracts or interests you strongly.
  1. You must be feeling exhilarated by the call of the new.

    新鲜事物的魅力一定让你兴奋不已。

16
(鸟、兽的)叫声
The call of a particular bird or animal is the characteristic sound that it makes.
  1. ...the plaintive call of a whale.

    鲸的哀鸣

  2. ...a wide range of animal noises and bird calls.

    各种各样的鸟兽叫声

17
优先购买(或使用)权
If you have first call on something, you will be asked before anyone else whether you want to buy or use it.
  1. Why should they get first call on the best property?

    凭什么最好的房产尽着他们先挑?

18
没必要;不该
If you say that there is no call for someone to behave in a particular way, you are criticizing their behaviour, usually because you think it is rude.
  1. There was no call for him to single you out from all the others.

    这么多人中,他不该专挑你。

19
随时待命的;随叫随到的
If someone is on call, they are ready to go to work at any time if they are needed, especially if there is an emergency.
  1. In theory I'm on call day and night.

    从理论上说,我现在昼夜待命。

  2. ...a doctor on call.

    随叫随到的医生

20
打电话请病假
If you call in sick, you telephone the place where you work to tell them you will not be coming to work because you are ill.
  1. 'Shouldn't you be at work today?' — 'I called in sick.'

    “你今天不是应该上班的吗?”“我打电话请过病假了。”

called用法示例
出自:牛津词典

1
叫做;称作
having a particular name
2
他们的儿子叫什么名字?
What's their son called?
3
我不认识叫斯科特的人。
I don't know anyone called Scott.
4
我已经忘记他所在公司的名称。
I've forgotten what the firm he works for is called.
5
再说一遍它叫什么?好的,对,调制解调器。
What's it called again? Yeah, that's right. A modem.