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Meaning of call it a day



 
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Meaning of call it a day #1 (permalink) Sun Feb 06, 2005 2:37 am   Meaning of call it a day
 

Test No. incompl/inter-38 "Save the Day", question 3

It's getting late now and I'm very tired so I think we'll ......... it a day.

(a) name
(b) describe
(c) call
(d) label

Test No. incompl/inter-38 "Save the Day", answer 3

It's getting late now and I'm very tired so I think we'll call it a day.

Correct answer: (c) call
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I guess what is in question, but I can't be 100% sure, please explain what does mean " call it a day"?
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Meaning of call it a day #2 (permalink) Sun Feb 06, 2005 12:43 pm   Meaning of call it a day
 

If you call it a day you stop working and start relaxing.

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