a telephone call placed to large numbers of people by a computerized device that automatically dials the telephone numbers and plays a recorded message: Many but not all robocalls are illegal.
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How to use robocall in a sentence
“I also want to encourage more families to sign up for this opportunity to return to school in person,” Bowser said on the robocall.
If I’m doing some robocalls or some guest appearances, it gets people excited.Obama, in Washington Post interview, rejects criticism he didn’t push hard enough for Democratic policies | Michael Kranish, Paulina Firozi | November 23, 2020 | Washington Post
New York’s attorney general said her office was “actively investigating allegations that voters are receiving robocalls spreading disinformation.”Election robocalls: what we know and what we don’t | James Temple | November 4, 2020 | MIT Technology Review
That’s why I am actively investigating robocalls allegedly spreading disinformation.
Now, they’re using robocalls to target consumers during the national emergency.