A greeting, salute, or expression of respect to someone addressed to someone while one is being recorded or broadcast, as on radio, television, or the internet. Real quick, I just want to give a shout to my manager Sarah—without her, I never would have gotten this opportunity. While you're on the line, is there anyone you'd like to give a shout to, such as family or friends?
See also: shout
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shout/proclaim from the housetops
To make known publicly.
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- accompany (one) on a/(one's) journey
- accompany on a journey
- bring (someone or something) into contact with (someone or something)
- (one) won't eat (someone)
- a stranger to (someone or something)
- be out of (one's) league
- be out of somebody's league
- be in bad with (someone)
- (one) won't bite (someone)
- (one) puts (one's) pants on one leg at a time