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- n. A business location where a person can call for such things as customer service, to place an order, etc.
- n. A business location where large numbers of telemarketing calls are placed.
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- n. a center equipped to handle a large volume of telephone calls (especially for taking orders or serving customers)
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Chaylee is a student at Fairmont State University who worked at a call center - where she was asked to make some of those attack calls.
Mr. Van Paasschen: We have a considerable call center built in China to help outbound Chinese travelers.