give (someone) a shout


1. tell somebody something






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if you have any trouble, just give me a shout

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To give someone a shout means to communicate or to be in touch with someone and usually to communicate when something happens or when something is ready to be done.

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  1. Can you give me a shout when you're finished in the bathroom? I need to have a quick shower before I go out.
  2. Frank just wants you to give him a shout when you're back to let him know what time you can meet up this evening.

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  1. Give me a shout when you're out of the meeting and I'll come and meet you for a coffee.
  2. I know that the new computer operating system is a little tricky to get the hang of, so feel free to give me a shout if you have any trouble with it.

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