English version

give somebody a bell

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgive somebody a bellgive somebody a bellTCT British English spoken to telephone someone I must give Vicky a bell later. bell
Examples from the Corpus
give somebody a bellAs this player counts aloud from one to ten, the other children are given a bell.If not, maybe you could give Diana Russell a bell?Just give me a bell as to when and where you want him.Write to me at the address just inside the back cover or give me a bell on.
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