telephone in

telephone something in (to someone)

to call someone on the telephone, usually to give particular information. (The person called is in a special location, such as one's workplace or headquarters.) I will telephone my report in to my secretary. I telephoned in my report. I will telephone it in tomorrow.
See also: telephone
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Martin went to the telephone in the corner of the room, and felt a wave of warmth rush through him as he heard Ruth's voice.
In 1985, he was named chief financial officer, and he was elected president of Cincinnati Bell Telephone in 1987, adding the responsibility of chief executive officer in 1988.
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