Definition of Call:

  1. Banking: Demand by a bank to a borrower to repay the entire loan balance (principal plus interest plus other charges, if any) where a default has occurred or is deemed imminent.

  2. General: Claim or demand for payment of money.

  3. Company affairs: Demand from a firm to its stockholders to pay all or a part of money remaining unpaid on stock (shares) bought by them.

  4. Securities market: Redemption of bonds (or preferred stock or preference shares) by its issuer on payment of a call premium, as provided for in the bond indenture. See also callable bond.

  5. Options market: Buyers right to purchase a specified number of certain asset or security at a specified price by a fixed date. Short form of the term call option.

Synonyms of Call

Angelus, Angelus bell, DDD, Accompany, Address, Adjuration, Adumbrate, Alarm, Alarum, Allurement, Animal noise, Ante, Ante up, Antecedents, Apostleship, Apostrophize, Appeal, Appeal to, Appraise, Appreciate, Approximate, Ask, Ask for, Assemble, Assess, Attend, Attractiveness, Augur, Awake, Awaken, Back, Baptize, Bark, Barking, Base, Basis, Battle cry, Bawl, Bay, Beck, Beck and call, Bell, Bellow, Beseechment, Bet, Bet on, Bid, Bid come, Biddance, Bidding, Bill, Birdcall, Blackmail, Blare, Blat, Blate, Bleat, Bray, Bugle call, Busy signal, Buzz, Cackle, Call, Call away, Call back, Call down, Call for, Call forth, Call in, Call off, Call on, Call out, Call together, Call up, Call upon, Call-up, Calling, Calling forth, Cancel, Care of souls, Carol, Cast lots, Castigate, Caterwaul, Causation, Cause, Cause and effect, Caw, Challenge, Chastise, Chatter, Cheep, Cheer, Chirk, Chirp, Chirr, Chirrup, Chitter, Christen, Chuck, Cite, Clack, Claim, Clamor, Clang, Class, Cluck, Cock-a-doodle-doo, Collect, Come by, Come over, Command, Compulsory military service, Conjure, Conjure up, Conscript, Conscription, Contribution, Convene, Convocation, Convoke, Coo, Cover, Croak, Cronk, Crow, Cry, Cry out, Cuckoo, Cut lots, Cut the cards, Define, Demand, Demand for, Demand payment, Denominate, Denote, Designate, Determinant, Determinative, Dial, Dial tone, Direct distance dialing, Discontinue, Draft, Draft call, Drafting, Drain, Draw, Draw lots, Draw on, Draw straws, Drawing power, Drop in, Drum, Dub, Dun, Duty, Duty visit, Element, Elicit, Engraved invitation, Enlist, Enlistment, Enrollment, Entitle, Entreat, Entreaty, Estimate, Etiology, Evaluate, Evocation, Evoke, Exact, Exaction, Excuse, Extortion, Extortionate demand, Factor, Fade, Fetch, Figure, Forecast, Form an estimate, Formal visit, Foundation, Gabble, Gaggle, Gamble, Game, Gather, Gauge, Get, Give a ring, Give an appreciation, Give tongue, Give voice, Gobble, Good reason, Ground, Grounds, Grunt, Guess, Guggle, Hail, Halloo, Hang up, Hazard, Heavy demand, Hold the phone, Holler, Hollo, Holy orders, Honk, Hoo, Hoot, Howl, Howling, Hurrah, Identify, Imploration, Imploring, Imposition, Impost, Imprecation, Impressment, Indent, Induction, Insistent demand, Inspire, Invitation, Invite, Invocation, Invocatory plea, Invoice, Invoke, Issue an invitation, Judge, Justification, Knock up, Label, Last post, Lay, Lay a wager, Lay down, Levy, Listen in, Local call, Long distance, Long-distance call, Look in, Look up, Lot, Low, Lure, Mad round, Make a bet, Make a call, Make an estimation, Mark, Match coins, Material basis, Mating call, Measure, Meet a bet, Meow, Mew, Mewl, Miaow, Mobile call, Mobilization, Moo, Moose call, Muster, Muster up, Name, Necessity, Need, Neigh, Nicker, Nickname, Nod, Nonnegotiable demand, Note, Notice, Notification, Obligation, Obsecration, Obtestation, Occasion, On call, On duty, Option, Order, Order up, Page, Parlay, Pass, Pastorage, Pastoral care, Pastorate, Peep, Person-to-person call, Petition, Phone, Phone call, Pick up, Pip, Pipe, Place, Play, Play against, Play at dice, Play the ponies, Plea, Plunge, Pop in, Portend, Postpone, Postulate, Prayer, Preconization, Preconize, Predict, Presage, Press, Priesthood, Priestship, Principle, Prize, Prognosticate, Prophesy, Pule, Pull, Punt, Put, Put and call, Quack, Rabbinate, Raffle off, Rally, Rallying cry, Rank, Rate, Ready, Reason, Rebel yell, Rebuke, Recall, Reckon, Recruit, Recruiting, Recruitment, Reprimand, Reprove, Request, Require, Required visit, Requirement, Requisition, Reveille, Right, Ring, Ring off, Ring up, Roar, Rogation, Roll, Round up, Rouse, Run in, Rush, Rush order, Sacred calling, Scold, Screak, Scream, Screech, Seduction, See, Selective service, Send a statement, Send after, Send for, Serve, Shoot craps, Shout, Shriek, Shrill, Sing, Social call, Social round, Social whirl, Solicit, Song, Specify, Speculate, Sport, Spread, Squall, Squawk, Squeak, Squeal, Stake, Stand pat, Station-to-station call, Stimulus, Stock option, Straddle, Strap, Stridulation, Strip, Style, Subpoena, Substance, Suit, Summon, Summon forth, Summon up, Summons, Supplicate, Supplication, Tag, Taps, Tax, Taxing, Telephone, Telephone call, Term, The church, The cloth, The desk, The ministry, The pulpit, Tinkle, Title, Toll call, Toss, Tribute, Trill, Troat, Trumpet call, Tweet, Twit, Twitter, Ultimatum, Ululate, Ululation, Upbraid, Valuate, Value, Vaticinate, Visit, Visitation, Visiting, Vocation, Vociferate, Wager, Wail, Wake up, War cry, War whoop, Warble, Warning, Warrant, Whicker, Whine, Whinny, Whistle, Whoop, Within call, Woodnote, Yammer, Yap, Yawl, Yawp, Yell, Yelp, Yip, Yo-ho, Yowl

Meaning of Call & Call Definition


Definition of Call:

  1. A phone call can mean two things. It may refer to an option agreement that gives the owner the right to purchase a specific price of basic security for a specified price for a specified period of time, but is not liable. It can also be a door-to-door auction, in which the buyer sets the maximum acceptable purchase price and the seller sets the minimum satisfactory price for selling the securities in the exchange. In this process, the pair of buyers and sellers increases liquidity and reduces volatility. Auctions are sometimes called call markets.

    • The call may be related to the auction or the call option.
    • Hold auction is a method used to price securities in liquid markets. The call option is a right, but not an obligation, for the buyer to purchase a basic instrument for a given strike price within a specified period.

  2. Call can be defined as, When a company asks for shares, it asks for a share from the partially paid shareholders. Future trading call means margin call. Funds can be placed in the money market if needed, which means they have not been deposited for a fixed period.

Meanings of Call

  1. Give (child or animal) a specific name.

  2. Scream (word or words)

  3. Call or try to contact (someone or number).

  4. Ask for or request help.

  5. Declare or decide that (an event, especially a meeting, strike or election) should take place.

  6. See (someone)

  7. (Referee or other official in the game) announces (ball, shot or other action) as indicated.

  8. Reason for hanging (subroutine).

Sentences of Call

  1. He called his daughter Hina

  2. I heard a terrible sound that came from your name

  3. Can i call you back

  4. Representatives of all three teams were invited to appear before the commissioner

  5. There seems to be no alternative but to hold general elections.

  6. I promised Celia that I would call the clinic

  7. The line's goalkeeper calls the ball away

  8. One subroutine can call other subroutines (or the subroutine itself).

  9. A nearby fisherman listens to your call for help

Synonyms of Call

reach, make a call to, get someone on the phone, sing out, place a call to, sound, get on the phone to