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Translation of "cue" - English-Polish dictionary

cue

noun     /kjuː/
ACTION/EVENT [C]
an action or event that is a sign that something should happen sygnał, znak The final goal was the cue for celebration.Signs, signals and symbolsSpecific signs and symbols
SIGNAL [C]
a signal that tells someone to start speaking or doing something when acting in a play, film, etc sygnał, znak Signs, signals and symbolsSpecific signs and symbolsProduction, direction and recording
on cue
If something happens on cue, it happens at exactly the right time. (jak) na zawołanie Then, right on cue, Andrew appeared at the door.At the right time
take your cue from sb/sth
to copy what someone else does brać przykład z kogoś/czegoś I took my cue from the others and left.Copying and copiesForgery
STICK [C]
a long, straight stick used to hit the balls in games like snooker (= a game played with small coloured balls on a table) kij bilardowy Target sports
(Definition of cue from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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