No call, no show

Submitted by Ww Ww on 26.11.2017

No call, no show (English) — Sometimes even used as a noun to describe the person doing it. It means that someone failed to call in via telephone, or to appear in person at a place they were expected to be. Most businesses consider this to be a terminable offense. You will be sacked, fired.
It's used to describe an unreliable person in the workplace. Usually when others must stay over as a result.

English, explained by Ww Ww on Sun, 26/11/2017 - 03:18

No call, no show — εν τη παλάμη και ούτω βοήσωμεν

Greek, explained by Guest on Thu, 07/12/2017 - 17:24

Translations of "No call, no show"

GreekΟύτε φωνή, ούτε ακρόαση
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