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signal

noun /ˈsiɡnəl/
a sign (eg a movement of the hand, a light, a sound), especially one arranged beforehand, giving a command, warning or other message
señal
He gave the signal to advance.
a machine etc used for this purpose
señal
a railway signal.
the wave, sound received or sent out by a radio set etc
señal
The signal is very faint.
signalman noun ( plural signalmen) a person who operates railway signals.
guardavía
a person who sends signals in general
señalador
He is a signalman in the army.
(Definition of signal from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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