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  1. signal

    • IPA[ˈsiɡnəl]

    美式

    • n.
      a gesture, action, or sound that is used to convey information or instructions, typically by prearrangement between the parties concerned;an indication of a state of affairs
    • v.
      transmit information or instructions by means of a gesture, action, or sound;instruct (someone) to do something by means of gestures or signs rather than explicit orders
    • noun: signal, plural noun: signals

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    • 1. transmit information or instructions by means of a gesture, action, or sound hold your fire until I signal
    • instruct (someone) to do something by means of gestures or signs rather than explicit orders she signaled Charlotte to be silent 同義詞 gesture, sign, give a sign to, indicate, direct, ... 更多
    • (of a cyclist, motorist, or vehicle) indicate an intention to turn in a specified direction using an extended arm or flashing indicator Stone signaled right the truck signaled to turn left
    • indicate the existence or occurrence of (something) by actions or sounds they could signal displeasure by refusing to cooperate she gave a glance that signaled that her father was being secretive 同義詞 indicate, show, express, communicate, announce, ... 更多
    • v.
      share (another person's post or other online content) with one's own followers or ... we've been getting the word out, signal-boosting their petition, and generally making ourselves useful please signal-boost —tell your friends, their friends, anyone
    • n.
      an act or instance of signal boosting: Laura got a huge signal boost when the singer/songwriter herself reblogged the video to her own platform please help us spread the word by giving the project a signal boost

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    • n.
      a column of smoke used as a way of conveying a message to a distant person.

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      the action or fact of amplifying an electrical or broadcast signal: the map below indicates the areas set to receive signal boosting, graded by the five phases of implementation a signal-boosting antenna

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • v.
      share (another person's post or other online content) with one's own followers or ... we've been getting the word out, signal-boosting their petition, and generally making ourselves useful please signal-boost —tell your friends, their friends, anyone
    • n.
      an act or instance of signal boosting: Laura got a huge signal boost when the singer/songwriter herself reblogged the video to her own platform please help us spread the word by giving the project a signal boost

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      the action or fact of amplifying an electrical or broadcast signal: the map below indicates the areas set to receive signal boosting, graded by the five phases of implementation a signal-boosting antenna

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a railway signal indicating that the line is not clear and instructing the driver to halt.

    Oxford Dictionary

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    • IPA[ˈsɪɡn(ə)l]

    英式

    • n.
      a gesture, action, or sound that is used to convey information or instructions, typically by ... the firing of the gun was the signal for a chain of beacons to be lit the policeman raised his hand as a signal to stop
    • v.
      convey information or instructions by means of a gesture, action, or sound: hold your fire until I signal

    Oxford Dictionary

    • IPA[ˈsɪɡn(ə)l]

    英式

    • adj.
      striking in extent, seriousness, or importance; outstanding: he attacked the government for their signal failure of leadership

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    • IPA[ˈsiɡnəl]

    美式

    • adj.
      striking in extent, seriousness, or importance; outstanding: he attacked the administration for its signal failure of leadership

    Oxford American Dictionary