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Turkish translation of “signal”

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signal

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈsɪɡnəl/
ACTION B2 a movement, light, or sound which gives information, or tells people what to do
işaret, sinyal
Don't move until I give the signal.Signs, signals and symbolsSpecific signs and symbolsLights, signs and markings on roadsCommunications technology - general words
WAVE B2 a series of electrical waves which are sent to a radio, television, or mobile phone
radyo/televizyon sinyali
Communications technology - general words
PROOF something which shows that something else exists or is likely to happen
gösterge, işaret, belirti, emare
The changing colour of the leaves on the trees is a signal that it will soon be autumn.Signs, signals and symbolsSpecific signs and symbols
TRAINS a piece of equipment which tells trains to stop or to continue
demiryolu sinyalizasyon sistemi
Railways and railway lines
VEHICLES/PEOPLE US a piece of equipment that shows people or vehicles when to stop, go, or move carefully
trafik işaretleri
a traffic signal Signs, signals and symbolsSpecific signs and symbolsLights, signs and markings on roads
Translations of “signal”
in Korean 신호, 통신…
in Arabic إشارة, إشارة البَثّ…
in French signal, feu…
in Italian segnale…
in Chinese (Traditional) 行動, 信號, (車輛)轉向燈…
in Russian команда, знак, сигнал…
in Polish sygnał, znak, oznaka…
in Spanish señal…
in Portuguese sinal…
in German das Signal…
in Catalan senyal…
in Japanese 合図, 信号, 電波…
in Chinese (Simplified) 行动, 信号, (车辆)转向灯…
(Definition of signal noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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