打Call (Chinese PinYin: [dǎ Call]; traditional Chinese: 打Call ) may mean: (1) verb. to cheer for/on someone; (2) verb. To offer full support to sb; (3) verb. to put one’s glow stick up for somebody; (4) verb. to move one’s glow stick for somebody. Literally: 打 (hit; move;) + Call (a loud cry). It is a Chinese-English-mixed buzzword that has gone wild on the internet.
1. How to pronounce 打Call?
Chinese Pinyin: [dǎ] Call
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 打Call
Synonyms: 加油, 应援, 鼓励,
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 打Call
Fixed expression: 为…打call (cheer for sb), 疯狂打call (to provide full support for sb),
Collocation: 我为你打call (I cheer for you),
4. How to use 打Call in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 打Call.
Translation: I will cheer for you and provide my full support.
Translation: Let’s cheer for them.
Translation: I cheer for myself.
Translation: We cheer for “Made in China” brand.
Translation: We cheer for our National Football Team!
Translation: Today, we, the young people, cheer for the new ear!
Translation: Let’s cheer for the teachers!
Translation: Let’s cheer for the students!
5. Stroke Order
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