call upon
phrasal 1. require, oblige <
may be called upon to do several jobs
>
2. to make a demand on ; depend on <
universities are called upon to produce trained professionals
>

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • call upon — v. make short visit to; turn to for help, able to appeal to ; invite; require seriously; make a claim of a debt; invoke; draw out a response from someone; pray, worship (e.g., call upon God) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • call upon — ► call on/upon turn to as a source of help. Main Entry: ↑call …   English terms dictionary

  • call upon — v.. see call on * * * [ kɔːlə pɒn] see call on …   Combinatory dictionary

  • call upon — See: CALL ON …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • call upon — See: CALL ON …   Dictionary of American idioms

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