She pulled out her phone and started taking notes on it, both thumbs working furiously.
Thirty minutes before the phone call, I watched YouTube clips to prepare my nasally accent.
Yanukovych reportedly agreed to step down in a phone conversation with Arseniy Yatseniuk, one of the opposition leaders.
He was the same talkative man I had had trouble getting off the phone in previous conversations.
When the Beast tried to reach her Tuesday afternoon at her office, no one answered the phone.
Asked me if I could get you to the 'phone without any trouble.
The AP man put his hand over the phone and called across the desk.
"I had a call from him on the 'phone an hour ago," he answered.
I'll 'phone to Walter as soon as I get to the Hall and he'll come over and take you home.
I didn't know that you—that is, you never said—oh, come up to the house, please—I can't say what I want to over the 'phone.
word-forming element meaning "voice, sound," also "speaker of," from Greek phone "voice, sound," from PIE root *bha- (2) "to speak, say, tell" (cf. Latin for, fari "to speak," fama "talk, report;" see fame (n.)).