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Noun
The act of gesticulating, or making gestures to aid expression of thoughts, sentiments or passion
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“At some point, he will give you a signal to leave, and you get up and go cash out all the chips you have.”
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Hollow metal objects that sound a clear musical note when struck, or the sound produced by these objects
“Set an alarm as a signal to end the practice.”
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Plural for an indication or sign of a situation
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“Education Leeds assistant chief executive Roland Absalom said it was a clear signal that the situation was improving.”
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Plural for an event or statement that provides the impulse for an occurrence
“When Sheffield saw a player dismissed for two yellow card offenses, it was the signal for Vale to press forward again.”
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Plural for an advance warning or an omen
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Plural for a non-specific rule or principle that provides direction to action or behavior
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Plural for an object or feature that is easily seen and used to establish one's location
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Plural for traffic signal
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Plural for a signal that danger, such as an air raid, is over
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Tattoos or calls
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Plural for an approach or proposal made to someone with the aim of opening negotiations or establishing a relationship
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Plural for a word used to gain admittance or to gain access to information
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Plural for sound from electronic device
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Plural for a star used as a navigation reference, particularly a pole star such as Polaris
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Lights outs
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Plural for a calculation or estimate of future events, especially coming weather or a financial trend
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Plural for language as a system rather than language in use, including the formal rules, structures, and limitations of language
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Plural for a message transmitted by telegraph
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Plural for a building, usually a tower, containing a light to warn or guide ships
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Plural for a gesture of respect or polite recognition, especially one made to or by a person when arriving or departing
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Plural for the sound of a buzzer or telephone
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Plural for a pulse, such as of electrical energy
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Plural for a cry made as a summons or to attract someone's attention
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Plural for a regular short, sharp sound, especially that made by a clock or watch
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Plural for a word or phrase expressing a person's or group's core aim or belief
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Plural for an act of whistling, or the high-pitched sound made from whistling
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(with an object) To provide a listener or reader with information
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To use gestures to convey information or directions
“I will signal to you to flee if there is any sign of trouble.”
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To indicate or announce the existence or occurrence of (something) by actions or sounds
“The horn sounded to signal the end of the game.”
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To indicate or be a foreshadow of
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“Its completion will signal the end of a two-hundred-year commercial saga characterized by industrious thinking, entrepreneurial markets, and mass labor workforces.”
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To imply or hint at something
“Mon seigneur's nuanced lack of response to his outbursts, however, now seemed to signal to him that his behavior till now had been somewhat inappropriate.”
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To signify beyond its literal or principal meaning
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To summon or signal (to someone or a vehicle)
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To announce the arrival of something
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To make a shrill, high-pitched sound by forcing air through the mouth, typically melodically
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To make a clear resonant or vibrating sound
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To say something as advice or to provide information
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Bleeps or calls
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(of a light) To flash on and off in a regular or intermittent way
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