Translation of hotline in Spanish:


teléfono rojo, n.


(hot line)
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    teléfono rojo masculine
    • In various cities, emergency hotlines and hostels have been set up for women and girls forced to flee their neighbourhoods.
    • The people of Scotland decided the final winners by voting in their thousands via telephone hotlines and the internet.
    • The woman shopkeeper saw her condition and called Childline, an emergency hotline for children in distress.
    • But calls to their emergency hotline revealed 1,900 houses were without fuel.
    • Now join our campaign - the Evening Standard sets up an emergency hotline to report track defects.
    • I operate an emergency hotline to ensure that I can assist in securing a speedy hearing of these issues by the court whenever they arise.
    • About six people a day are currently calling the hotline with vital intelligence about the sale of drugs.
    • Officers were unable to find out which address the men were using to sell the drugs until the call to our hotline.
    • Those calling the hotline are referred onto police or community service officers for further help.
    • Adrian also has info on hotlines and phone directories for those unable to reach relatives, and links to sites which have lists of missing people.
    • Instead, he suggested, they should have hotlines and said: ‘Call it telephone diplomacy‘.
    • The hotline will be operating day and night and 30 lines will be available simultaneously.
    • This season there will be a soybean rust hotline which is being funded by the Nebraska Soybean Board.
    • A 24-hour manned hotline has also been set up to give information and deal with individual concerns.
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    (for public)
    línea directa feminine