English version

give somebody a shout

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgive somebody a shoutgive somebody a shoutBritish English spokenSAY to go and find someone and tell them something Give me a shout when you’re ready to go. shout
Examples from the Corpus
give somebody a shoutGive me a shout when you're ready to go.Angel glanced round and gave a shout of warning.Anyway, give me a shout if you want me.At each round the Confederate artillerymen gave a shout, which seemed surprisingly near.Suddenly the man called Barakai gave a shout, then charged.Suddenly I was full of hope again, and I gave a great shout of happiness.Melwas gave a shout, and swung his sword up for the kill.I tugged the ribbon and lifted the lid and heard myself give a harsh shout of anger and rejection and probably shame.
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