turn signal Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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turn signalnoun [C]

uk   us   US (also signal, UK indicator)
one of the ​lights at the ​front and back of a ​roadvehicle that ​flash to show which way the ​vehicle is ​turning
(Definition of turn signal from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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turn signalnoun [C]

 us   /ˈtɜrn ˌsɪɡ·nəl/
one of the ​lights on a ​vehicle that ​flashes to show in which ​direction the ​driver is ​intending to turn
(Definition of turn signal from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “turn signal”
in Arabic إشارة الدوَران…
in Korean 방향 지시등…
in Portuguese luz de seta, pisca-pisca…
in Catalan intermitent…
in Japanese 方向指示器, ウィンカー…
in Chinese (Simplified) 指标…
in Turkish sağ/sol sinyali, dönüş sinyali…
in Russian указатель поворота (на машине)…
in Chinese (Traditional) 指標…
in Italian fanale indicatore di direzione, freccia…
in Polish migacz…
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