calling

  • 21calling — call|ing [ˈko:lıŋ US ˈko: ] n 1.) a strong desire or feeling of duty to do a particular kind of work, especially religious work = ↑vocation ▪ It wasn t until Durant was in her thirties that she found her calling . 2.) formal someone s profession… …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 22calling — noun when I was four, I knew my calling was photography Syn: profession, occupation, vocation, call, summons, career, work, employment, job, business, trade, craft, line, line of work; informal bag; archaic employ …

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  • 23calling —   Hea, kāhea, heahea.    ♦ Calling card, palapala kipa, palapala māka ika i …

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  • 24calling — šaldymas statusas T sritis automatika atitikmenys: angl. calling; refrigeration vok. Abkühlung, f; Kühlung, f rus. охлаждение, n pranc. refroidissement, m; réfrigération, f …

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  • 25calling — iškvieta statusas T sritis automatika atitikmenys: angl. call; calling vok. Abruf, m; Anruf, m; Aufruf, m rus. вызов pranc. appel, m; interrogation, f …

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  • 26calling — noun Date: 14th century 1. a strong inner impulse toward a particular course of action especially when accompanied by conviction of divine influence 2. the vocation or profession in which one customarily engages 3. the characteristic cry of a… …

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  • 27calling — call·ing kȯ liŋ n the characteristic cry of a female cat in heat also the period of heat …

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  • 28calling — See call …

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  • 29calling — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. vocation, profession; occupation, trade, business; duty. II (Roget s IV) n. Syn. occupation, vocation, mission, m?tier; see job 1 , profession 1 . III (Roget s 3 Superthesaurus) n. vocation, metier,… …

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  • 30calling — call|ing [ kɔlıŋ ] noun count 1. ) a strong feeling that you must do a particular type of job, especially one that you consider morally good 2. ) FORMAL a job or profession, especially one that you consider important …

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  • 31calling — call·ing || kɔːlɪŋ n. ambition, aspiration; profession kɔːl n. cry; telephone conversation; visit; ring; invitation; claim; need v. shout; cry; invite; make a telephone call; visit adj. referring to someone or something that can be called …

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  • 32calling — noun a strong urge towards a particular way of life or career; a vocation. ↘a profession or occupation …

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  • 33calling — n. Occupation, business, profession, pursuit, trade, craft, employment, vocation, avocation, walk of life …

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  • 34calling — noun (C) 1 a strong desire or feeling of duty to do a particular kind of work, especially religious work; vocation (3) 2 formal someone s profession or trade …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 35calling — n 1. vocation, pursuit, mission, office; profession, occupation, business, employment, work, job; trade, craft, line, specialty, forte, me tier, field, area of specialization. 2. summons, invitation, call. See call (def.6) …

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  • 36calling — call·ing …

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  • 37calling — noun Syn: profession, occupation, vocation, career …

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  • 38calling — [ˈkɔːlɪŋ] noun [C] a strong feeling that you must do a particular type of job …

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  • 39calling — /ˈkɔlɪŋ / (say kawling) noun 1. the act of someone who calls. 2. a vocation, profession, or trade. 3. a summons. 4. an invitation. 5. a convocation. 6. Cards a bidding …

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  • 40calling — One s business, occupation, profession, trade or vocation …

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