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signal /ˈsɪɡnəl/ noun [countable]


پیام ، هرچیز حامل اطلاعات ، علایم مخابراتی ، مخابره کردن ، رسته مخابرات ، علامت راهنمای خودرو ، سیگنال ، نشان ، راهنما ، اخطار ، اشکار ، مشخص ، با علامت ابلاغ کردن ، با اشاره رساندن ، خبر دادن ، علامت دادن ، علوم مهندسی: علامت ، کامپیوتر: علامت دادن ، الکترونیک: پیام ، شیمی: علامت ، روانشناسی: علامت ، بازرگانی: نشانه ، ورزش: پیام ، علوم هوایی: سیگنال ، علوم نظامی: علامت نشانه ، علوم دریایی: علامت دادن
الکترونیک: علامت ، نشان ، سیگنال ، علامت دادن ، کامپیوتر: پیام ، علامت ، شیمی: علامت ، پیام ، تربیت بدنی: سیگنال ، علامت ، علوم مهندسی: مخابره کردن ، علامت دادن ، علوم دریایی: هرچیز حامل اطلاعات ، سیگنال ، هواپیمایی: سیگنال ، علایم مخابراتی ، مخابرات ، مخابره کردن ، علامت دادن ، رسته مخابرات ، اخطار ، علامت راهنمای خودرو ، علامت نشانه ، علوم نظامی: علامت ، روانشناسی: پیام ، الکترونیک: علامت ، نشانه ، اقتصاد: سیگنال ، علامրª ، نشان ، راهنما، اخطار، اشکار، مشخص ، با علامت ابلاغ کردن ، با اشاره رساندن ، خبر دادن ، علامت دادنعلامت ، نشان ، سیگنال ، علامت دادن ، کامپیوتر: پیام ، علامت ، شیمی: علامت ، پیام ، تربیت بدنی: سیگنال ، علامت ، علوم مهندسی: مخابره کردن ، علامت دادن ، علوم دریایی: هرچیز حامل اطلاعات ، سیگنال ، هواپیمایی: سیگنال ، علایم مخابراتی ، مخابرات ، مخابره کردن ، علامت دادن ، رسته مخابرات ، اخطار ، علامت راهنمای خودرو ، علامت نشانه ، علوم نظامی: علامت ، روانشناسی: پیام ، الکترونیک: علامت ، نشانه ، اقتصاد: سیگنال ، علامت ، نشان ، راهنما، اخطار، اشکار، مشخص ، با علامت ابلاغ کردن ، با اشاره رساندن ، خبر دادن ، علامت دادنعلامت ، نشان ، سیگنال ، علامت دادن ، کامپیوتر: پیام ، علامت ، شیمی: علامت ، پیام ، تربیت بدنی: سیگنال ، علامت ، علوم مهندسی: مخابره کردن ، علامت دادن ، علوم دریایی: هرچیز حامل اطلاعات ، سیگنال ، هواپیمایی: سیگنال ، علایم مخابراتی ، مخابرات ، مخابره کردن ، علامت دادن ، رسته مخابرات ، اخطار ، علامت راهنمای خودرو ، علامت نشانه ، علوم نظامی: علامت ، روانشناسی: پیام ، الکترونیک: علامت ، نشانه ، اقتصاد: سیگنال ، علامت ، نشان ، راهنما، اخطار، اشکار، مشخص ، با علامت ابلاغ کردن ، با اشاره رساندن ، خبر دادن ، علامت دادن کامپیوتر: سیگنال ، علامت دادن

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

signal
[noun]
Synonyms:
- sign, beacon, cue, gesture, indication, mark, token
[verb]
Synonyms:
- gesture, beckon, gesticulate, indicate, motion, sign, wave
Related Idioms: give the high sign (to)
Related Words: alarm, alert, tocsin, movement, characteristic, distinctive, individual, peculiar, significative, eminent, famous, illustrious, renowned
English Thesaurus: sign, indication, evidence, symptom, indicator, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. signal1 S2 W2 /ˈsɪɡnəl/ noun [countable]
[Word Family: noun: sign, signal, signatory, signature, signing, signaller; verb: sign, signal; adverb: signally; adjective: signed ≠ unsigned]
[Date: 1300-1400; Language: Old French; Origin: signale, from Medieval Latin, from Late Latin signalis 'of a sign', from Latin signum; sign1]

1. a sound or an action that you make in order to give information to someone or tell them to do something
signal (for somebody) to do something
When she got up from the table, it was obviously the signal for us to leave.
At a prearranged signal the lights went out.smoke signal

2. an event or action that shows what someone feels, what exists, or what is likely to happen
signal (that)
These results are a signal that the child may need special help.
signal of
The opinion poll is a clear signal of people’s dissatisfaction with the government.
the danger signals of a heart attack
send/give out a signal
We don't want to give out the wrong signal to investors.

3. a series of light waves, sound waves etc that carry an image, sound, or message, for example in radio or television
send/transmit a signal
This new pay-TV channel sends signals via satellite to cable companies.
receive/pick up/detect a signal
a small antenna which can receive radio signals
The coastguard picked up a distress signal from a freighter 50 miles out at sea.

4. a piece of equipment with coloured lights, used on a railway to tell train drivers whether they can continue or must stop:
a stop signal
a signal failure (=when these lights do not work)
busy signal at busy1(4)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. signal2 verb (past tense and past participle signalled, present participle signalling British English, signaled, signaling American English)
[Word Family: noun: sign, signal, signatory, signature, signing, signaller; verb: sign, signal; adverb: signally; adjective: signed ≠ unsigned]

1. [intransitive and transitive] to make a sound or an action in order to give information or tell someone to do something:
She signalled, and the waiter brought the bill.
The whistle signalled the end of the match.
signal at
Mary signalled wildly at them, but they didn’t notice.
signal to
The judge signaled to a police officer and the man was led away.
signal for
He pushed his plate away and signalled for coffee.
signal (to) somebody to do something
She signalled to the children to come inside.
signal that
The bell signaled that school was over.

2. [transitive] to make something clear by what you say or do – used in news reports:
Both sides have signaled their willingness to start negotiations.
British sources last night signalled their readiness to talk.
signal (that)
The Prime Minister’s speech today signals that there will be a shakeup in the cabinet.

3. [transitive] to be a sign that something is going to happen
signal the start/beginning/end of something
the lengthening days that signal the end of winter

4. [intransitive] to show the direction you intend to turn in a vehicle, using the lights Synonym : indicate American English:
Signal before you pull out.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

III. signal3 adjective [only before noun] formal
[Date: 1600-1700; Language: French; Origin: signalé, past participle of signaler 'to show a difference between', from Old Italian segnalare, from Medieval Latin signale; signal1]
important
signal achievement/success/failure etc
The university has done me the signal honour of making me an Honorary Fellow.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

signal
noun
I. sign/action/sound that sends a message
ADJ. clear, unmistakable | agreed, pre-arranged | conflicting, confusing, contradictory, mixed | wrong Laughing when you should be crying sends out the wrong signals to people.
alarm, danger, distress, warning | hand, non-verbal, semaphore, smoke, verbal, visual
VERB + SIGNAL arrange He had arranged a signal for the band to begin.
give (sb), make, send (out) When I give the signal, run! | interpret (sth as), read, see sth as The remark was seen as a signal that their government was ready to return to the peace talks. | pick up, respond to Interviewers quickly learn to pick up non-verbal signals.
act as The insect's bright colours act as warning signals to its predators.
SIGNAL + VERB come from sth trying to read the signals coming from the patient
indicate sth the signals that can indicate danger
PREP. at/on a ~ At a pre-arranged signal, everyone started cheering. | ~ for She made a signal for the car to stop.
~ from/to Wait for the signal from the leader of your group.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

signal
II. set of lights for drivers
ADJ. railway, traffic
VERB + SIGNAL operate
SIGNAL + VERB be (on) red/green The traffic signals were on red.
fail
SIGNAL + NOUN box | failure

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

signal
III. series of radio waves, chemical messages, etc.
ADJ. faint, weak | strong | high-frequency, low-frequency | acoustic, analogue, audio, chemical, digital, electrical, electronic, light, radar, radio, sonar, sound, television/TV, video, wireless
VERB + SIGNAL carry, pass The nerves carry these signals to the brain.
convert (sth into), scramble, unscramble The signal is scrambled into code before it is sent.
emit, generate, send, transmit | detect, pick up, receive, respond to This equipment can detect very low frequency signals.
SIGNAL + VERB travel A light signal can travel well over 16km before it halves in intensity.
fade
PREP. ~ from a faint signal from the satellite
~ to

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

signal
verb
I. move your arms to give a signal
ADV. frantically, wildly She signalled frantically to us.
PREP. for He raised his hand and signalled for the waiter.
to She signalled to the bus driver to stop.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

signal
II. show/mark sth
ADV. clearly These changes clearly signal the end of the welfare state as we know it.
effectively | not necessarily A change of mind in one instance does not necessarily signal a change in overall policy.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

signal

a clear/strong signal
My body was giving me a clear signal that something was wrong.
a warning/danger/alarm signal (=a signal showing that there is danger)
Managers should keep a watchful eye open for the danger signals.
the wrong signals (=ones that do not give a true account of a situation)
Reducing the penalty for marijuana use perhaps sends the wrong signal to teenagers.
mixed signals (=ones that are confusing because they seem to show two different things)
Our culture gives girls mixed messages about food, with skinny models and fast-food commercials competing for attention.
send/give out a signal
The use of the army sends out a clear signal to protesters that their actions will not be tolerated.
read the signals (=to understand signals correctly)
President Nixon read the signals and decided it was time to resign.
send (out)/transmit a signal
The signals are transmitted via satellites.
emit a signal (=sends one out)
The device emits a signal which can be picked up by a submarine.
receive/pick up a signal
The antenna that will pick up the signals is a 12-metre dish.
carry a signal (=allow it to travel along or through something)
Copper wires carry the electrical signals.
a signal travels (=goes across space, along a wire etc)
The signal travels over the cable network.
strong
I can’t use my phone because the signal isn’t strong enough here.
weak/faint
The signals were too weak for the receiver to pick up.
a radio/electrical/radar signal
A transmitter connected to the door bell sends radio signals to a portable receiver.
a digital signal
Digital signals can be compressed to take up less space.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


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