signal

ˈsɪɡnl

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Noun: сигнал знак связь сигнальное устройство
Adjective: сигнальный выдающийся замечательный
Verb: сигнализировать давать сигнал

Фразы:

time-signal broadcasting station - радиостанция службы времени

airborne signal company - авиарота связи

the signal of departure - сигнал к отправлению

signal detection - приём сигналов

distress signal - сигнал бедствия

flashing signal - проблесковый, мигающий сигнал

to signal wanted party - вызывать нужного абонента

at a pre-concerted signal - по условленному знаку

at / on a signal - по сигналу, по знаку

signal to attack - сигнал к атаке

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Примеры:

Signal before you pull out. - Прежде чем тронуться с места, посигнальте поворотником.

Don't move until I give the signal. - Не двигайся, пока я не дам сигнал.

He signalled for coffee. - Он подал сигнал, чтобы принесли кофе.

I keep getting a busy signal. - Я всё время слышу сигнал "занято". / Телефон всё время занят.

He awaited the signal to start. - Он ждал сигнала, чтобы начать.

The raid began at a given signal. - Рейд начался по сигналу.

The umpire signaled a strike. - Судья показал "страйк" (о бейсболе).

Did he signal before he made the left turn? - Просигналил ли он перед тем, как повернуть налево?

The admiral gave the signal of recall. - Адмирал дал знак возвращаться.

Their secret signal was a wink. - Их тайным сигналом было подмигивание.

Robins signal the arrival of spring. - Прилёт дроздов сигнализирует о приходе весны. (амер.)

The starting signal was a green light. - Стартовым сигналом был зелёный свет.

The bell signaled that school was over. - Прозвучавший звонок означал, что занятия окончены.

The headmaster gave the signal to begin. - Директор школы дал сигнал начинать.

We picked up a distress signal 6 km away. - Мы уловили сигнал бедствия в шести километрах от нас.

They signaled at me to come over to their table. - Они сделали мне знак, чтобы я подошёл к их столу.

You just yank twice on the rope as a signal to be pulled up. - Дёрните два раза за верёвку, когда захотите, чтобы вас вытащили.

A red flag is often used as a danger signal. - Красный флаг часто используется в качестве сигнала опасности.

a receiver that amplified the television signal - приёмник, который усиливает телевизионный сигнал

At a signal, the sailors swarmed up (the ropes). - По команде матросы начали лезть вверх по канатам.

The diner signaled the waiters to bring the menu. - Гость дал официантам знак принести меню.

Both agenda items signal a break with past ideas. - Оба пункта повестки дня свидетельствуют о отказе от старых идей.

We couldn't locate the source of the radio signal. - Нам не удалось найти источник радиосигнала.

This time the display flashed a red warning signal. - В этот раз на дисплее вспыхнул красный предупреждающий сигнал.

He signaled us that it was time to begin the meeting. - Он подал нам знак, что пора начинать совещание.

The year saw one signal triumph for the Labour party. - В этом году имела место одна выдающаяся победа лейбористской партии.

The signal contained thousands of bits of information. - В сигнале содержались тысячи битов информации.

This will send the wrong signal to potential investors. - Это пошлёт неправильный сигнал потенциальным инвесторам.

The election results surely signal the start of a new era. - Результаты выборов, безусловно, сигнализируют о начале новой эры.

Her clothes were an immediate signal of her nonconformity. - Ее одежда свидетельствовала об отсутствии у нее склонности к конформизму.

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Связанные термины:

busy signal: a repeated single note heard on a telephone when the number called is already in use

call signal: a group of letters and numbers identifying a radio transmitting station, esp an amateur radio station

fog signal: a signal used to warn railway engine drivers in fog, consisting of a detonator placed on the line

hand signal: an action performed with a person's hand, or hands, which is intended to give a particular message to the person who sees it

signal book: a book containing the signals to be used for sending messages to other boats

signal box: A signal box is a small building near a railway, which contains the switches used to control the signals.

signal flag: a flag used for sending messages to other ships

time signal: The time signal is the series of high-pitched sounds that are broadcast at certain times on the radio, for example at exactly one o'clock or exactly six o'clock.

turn signal: A car's turn signals are the flashing lights that tell you it is going to turn left or right .

Very signal: a colored flare fired from a special pistol ( Very pistol ) for signaling at night

alarm signal: a signal warning of danger

danger signal: any type of signal that indicates danger

signal corps: the part of an army in charge of communications, as by radio

signal tower: a tower from which railway signals are controlled or displayed

smoke signal: If someone such as a politician or businessman sends out smoke signals, they give an indication of their views and intentions. This indication is often not clear and needs to be worked out.

strong signal: A signal is a gesture, sound, or action which is intended to give a particular message to the person who sees or hears it.

subtle signal: A signal is a gesture, sound, or action which is intended to give a particular message to the person who sees or hears it.

wrong signal: A signal is a gesture, sound, or action which is intended to give a particular message to the person who sees or hears it.

distress signal: a signal by radio, Very light, etc from a ship or other vessel in need of immediate assistance

interval signal: a characteristic snatch of music, chimes, etc, transmitted as an identifying signal by a radio station between programme items

powerful signal: A signal is a gesture, sound, or action which is intended to give a particular message to the person who sees or hears it.

signal failure: Failure is a lack of success in doing or achieving something, especially in relation to a particular activity.

signal strength: You can talk about the strength of a flavour, smell, colour, sound, or light to describe how intense or easily noticed it is.

warning signal: A signal is a gesture, sound, or action which is intended to give a particular message to the person who sees or hears it.

departure signal: a piece of equipment beside a railway which indicates to train drivers whether they should depart or not

signal generator: an apparatus used to generate a signal consisting of a known oscillating voltage, usually between 1 microvolt and 1 volt, over a range of frequencies, to test electronic equipment

composite colour signal: a colour television signal in which luminance and two chrominance components are encoded into a single signal

signal-to-noise ratio: the ratio of one parameter, such as power of a wanted signal to the same parameter of the noise at a specified point in an electronic circuit, etc

signal the beginning of: The beginning of an event or process is the first part of it.

traffic light: Traffic lights are sets of red, amber, and green lights at the places where roads meet . They control the traffic by signalling when vehicles have to stop and when they can go. Traffic lights can also be referred to as a traffic light .

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Однокоренные слова:

signalize - сигнализировать, ознаменовать, отмечать
signaller - связист, сигнальщик
signalist - , ,
signalling - сигнализация, передача сигналов, сигнальный
signally - поразительно, замечательно, явно, заметно

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