Idiom: call off something (call something off)
— It’s sad they called off the wedding after they mailed the invitations.
— We'll have to call off the picnic if it doesn't stop raining by ten o'clock.
— You need to call off the conference because not enough people have registered.
— I had to call off my trip to Costa Rica next month because my boss is making me attend a meeting he can't go to.
— If you're going to call off the lecture please let me know so I can cancel the catering in advance or we'll be charged.
— We're going to call off the surprise party because my grandmother's health is delicate and we're worried it might be too much of a shock for her.
— Sure, we'll call off the protest if you agree to purchase 100% recycled cups. If not, be prepared for demonstrations across the country.
— We are not going to call off the trip. We bought travel insurance just in case.
— Do you have any idea why they called off the social media training yesterday?
— Don't start any rumors. They called off the meeting because the director was sick today.
— Actually, we're not calling off the charity event. We are simply rescheduling it until the fall.
— Look, it's better to call off the engagement than have to call off a wedding.
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