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(To be) at one's beck and call

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The meaning of the phrase '(to be) at one's beck and call'is to be at one's service.

Sample Usage

1. The boy is very obedient. He is always at the beck and call of his elders.

2. Our old servant is always at our beck and call.

3. The new clerk is always at the beck and call of the manager.

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