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English definition of “signpost”

signpost

verb [T usually passive] (ROAD SIGN)    /ˈsaɪn.pəʊst/ US  /-poʊst/
to show the direction of something on a signpost: The road wasn't very well signposted (= provided with signposts). We found where we were going very easily, because it was signposted (= the direction was shown by signposts) all the way.Lights, signs and markings on roads
(Definition of signpost verb (ROAD SIGN) from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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