call again

call again

Come back again. Although it uses the word "call," the phrase refers to returning to a place, such as a store. I'm sorry we don't have that item in stock right now—please call again.
See also: again, call

Call again.

Please visit this shop again sometime. (Said by shopkeepers and store clerks.) "Thank you," said the clerk, smiling, "Call again." Clerk: Is that everything? John: Yes. Clerk: That's ten dollars even. John: Here you are. Clerk: Thanks. Call again.
See also: again, call
References in classic literature ?
I have told him that I am not quite well, and must be alone; and should he call again there might be confusion, for it is impossible to be sure of servants.
Elinor, rejoiced to be assured of his being in London, now ventured to say, "Depend upon it, he will call again tomorrow.
Huxtable's lodgings; that she found he was away, and not expected back till eight in the evening; that she left word she would call again at eight; and that she never returned.
Bulstrode's anxiety by telling her that her husband had been seized with faintness at the meeting, but that he trusted soon to see him better and would call again the next day, unless she-sent for him earlier, he went directly home, got on his horse, and rode three miles out of the town for the sake of being out of reach.
I left word that I would call again at six o'clock that evening.
Very good, then; good bye now, and I'll call again in a minute.
I called there the other day and saw an old chap who questioned and cross-questioned me until I wasn't sure whether I was on my head or my heels, and, after all, he told me to call again this afternoon for her address.
Just the same, she told me to call again, he thought.
Their position is not yet dire, if hardly promising, and Bayliss spelled out that Root would make the same marginal call again if he had the opportunity to do so.
We call again on Russia and the forces that it arms, trains and leads in the east, to immediately observe the ceasefire," Nauert told reporters.
Zuniga said the existing system often leads to cut outs and dropped calls, forcing firefighters and deputies to call again and again to get through to dispatch - and vice versa.
A You should calmly explain it's lovely she thinks so highly of you, but you can't help, and she's not to call again.
Yesterday, no new date was set for the case to call again.
Tom, who was part of the England team in 2011 and 2012, said he has been living in hope that he would get the call again this summer.
Addressing a media briefing here on Monday, he said under the new strategy, SIMs and cell phones of extortionists were blocked, thereby rendering them unable to call again.