Meaning: 1- An occasion when something you do not want to happen nearly happens. 2- a situation in which someone only just manages to avoid an accident or disaster
Anlamı: 1-beklenmedik bir şeyin olması, ucu ucuna vuku bulması, meydana gelmesi. 2- Kıl payı kurtulma; paçayı zor kurtarma. 3- Kıl payı farkla sonuçlanan
`”That was a close call,’ Bess gasped, as the boat steadied and got under way.
A red would have been harsh, though it must have been a close call.
I resisted buying both, but it was a close call.
She had several close calls before she had the accident so she should’ve been more careful.
I’ve never been married before but I had a close call when I was 21 and was dating a girl from Spain.
That was a really close call. If I hadn’t reached down to pick up my beer the baseball would have hit me in the face.
There have been a lot of close calls in this game. Good thing they have instant replay.
Did you see who won the race? No, it was a close call so we’ll have to wait for them to announce the winner.
It’s a close call but I think that Serena Williams will win today’s tennis match.
The hiring committee said it was a close call between the two candidates but since Ms Wilson is fluent in English, Spanish and French, she can work with more clients.