Call and Instruct


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Call verb – To speak so as to be heard at a distance.
Instruct and call are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Instruct" instead a verb "Call".
Nearby Words: calling, called, caller, callback, callable
Synonyms for Call


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Instruct verb – To cause to acquire knowledge or skill in some field.
Call and instruct are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Call" instead a verb "Instruct".
Nearby Words: instruction, instructor, instructive, instructing
Synonyms for Instruct

Common collocations

person call person instruct person
man call man instruct man
people call people instruct people
boy call boy instruct boy
Other nouns: someone, parents, team, characters, doctor, everyone, times.

Both words in one sentence

  • Music / Kraftwerk If you really wanted to contact them they would instruct you to call precisely at a certain time, and Ralf Hütter would answer the call himself even though there was no phone ring.
  • Princess Candacis in White as Snow is almost always called Coira, a name her nurse gave her, to the point that her maids instruct a doctor to call her Coira because she won't know who he's talking to if he calls her Candacis.
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