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phone-in

[fohn-in] /ˈfoʊnˌɪn/
noun, adjective
1.
Origin
1965-1970
1965-70; noun, adj. use of verb phrase phone in
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  • Read the entire unemployment insurance information booklet you received by mail before you phone-in your biweekly claim.
  • It turns a deaf ear to her phone-in shows on a radio station run by angry exiles.
British Dictionary definitions for phone-in

phone-in

noun
1.
  1. a radio or television programme in which listeners' or viewers' questions, comments, etc, are telephoned to the studio and broadcast live
  2. (as modifier): a phone-in discussion
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