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wake-up call

     ( wake-up calls    plural  )
1       n-count   A wake-up call is a telephone call that you can book through an operator or at a hotel to make sure that you wake up at a particular time.  
usu sing  
2       n-count   If you say that something is a wake-up call to a person or group of people, you mean that it will make them notice something and start to take action.  
usu sing, oft N to n  
The Ambassador said he hoped the statement would serve as a wake-up call to the government.     
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wake up, wake up to, walk-up, wake

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