Signal - definition, pronunciation, transcription
the victory was a signal for wild celebration
He likes her but he is sending the wrong signals with his constant teasing.
The teacher gave us the signal to finish what we were working on and hand in our tests.
Faulty wiring in the train station caused a signal to malfunction.
Robins signal the arrival of spring.
The election results surely signal the start of a new era.
A lock on the suitcase might signal that there's something of value inside.
Did he signal before he made the left turn?
They signaled at me to come over to their table.
He signaled us that it was time to begin the meeting.
The umpire signaled a strike.
Is he worthy of such a signal honor?
...the Louisiana Purchase is cited by many historians as one of the most signal events in American history...
The troops received the signal that the attack was to begin.
The raid began at a given signal.
He signalled for coffee.
present participle: signalling
past tense: signalled
past participle: signalled
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