Cue - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- evidence that helps to solve a problem (syn: clew, clue)
- a stimulus that provides information about what to do
- sports implement consisting of a tapering rod used to strike a cue ball in pool or billiards
Our success was the cue for other companies to press ahead with new investment.
I think that's my cue to explain why I'm here.
She stood nervously in the wings waiting for her cue.
The studio manager will cue you when it's your turn to come on.
Greg's arrival seemed to be the cue for everyone to get up and start dancing.
present participle: cueing
past tense: cued
past participle: cued