Callback (noun)

  1. A return call made by an operator or agent to a customer or prospect in response to an inquiry or application.
  2. A feature in computer programming where a function is passed as an argument to another function to be called later.

Origin:

Back + call.

Examples:

  1. The customer service representative made a callback to the customer.
  2. The sales representative made a callback to the prospect.
  3. The callback was in response to the customer's inquiry.
  4. The callback feature allows for a function to be passed as an argument to another function to be called later.
  5. The callback function was used to update the status of the application.
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