Call-in meaning

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Being in a format such that listeners or viewers are invited to have their phone conversations with the host or guests on a show broadcast to other listeners.

A call-in radio show.

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A viewer's or listener's phone conversation with or phone call to the host of such a show.
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A viewer or listener making such a call.
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The definition of a call-in is a radio or TV show where listeners participate by making telephone calls to the host.

An example of a call-in is an advice radio show where people contact the host of the show to share their problems on air and get answers.

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Of or having to do with a radio or TV program during which members of the audience call in by telephone to comment on subjects under discussion, ask questions of guests, etc.

A call-in show.

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(of a radio programme) In which members of the public telephone the studio and talk live to the presenter.
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Such a call.
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Such a caller.
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(intransitive) To communicate with a base etc, by telephone.
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To summon someone, especially for help or advice.
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To withdraw something from sale or circulation.
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