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Definitions of signal:

part of speech: noun


part of speech: verb transitive

To indicate by signs; make signs to.

part of speech: noun

A sign agreed upon, or intended to be understood, for giving notice, as of danger, especially at a distance; a token.

part of speech: noun

Anything employed to attract the eye of others at a distance; notice given.

part of speech: adjective

Distinguished from what is ordinary; memorable; notable.

part of speech: adjective

Having a sign: remarkable: notable: eminent.

part of speech: adjective

Extraordinary; distinguished from the commonplace by some mark or sign; remarkable; as, a signal success; pertaining to signals; as, a signal flag.

part of speech: adjective

To make signals to: to convey by signals:- pr. p. signalling; pa. t. and pa. p. signalled.

part of speech: verb intransitive

To make signs; to communicate with someone by means of flags, lights, etc.

part of speech: noun

A sign for giving notice, generally at a distance: token: the notice given.

part of speech: verb

To convey by signals.

part of speech: adverb


part of speech: noun


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