You called?

You called?

 
1. a phrase used when returning a telephone call, meaning "What did you want to talk about when you called before?" Bill (answering the phone): Hello? Bob: This is Bob. You called? Tom: You called? It's Tom. Mary: Hi, Tom. Yes, I wanted to ask you about these estimates. 2. a phrase said by someone who has been summoned into a person's presence. (Often used in jest, in the way a servant might answer an employer.) Mary: Oh, Tom. Come over here a minute. Tom (coming to where Mary is standing): You called? Tom: Bill! Bill! Over here, Bill, across the street. Bill (panting from running and with mock deference): You called?
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