call for sth

call for sth
UK US call for sth
Phrasal Verb with call({{}}/kɔːl/ verb
to say publicly that something should happen or is necessary: call for a ban/inquiry/investigation, etc. »

They called for an investigation into how the investments were made and who is responsible.

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He called for the results of the survey to be made public.


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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