1. Znak, poziv objavljen nekim instrumentom (trubom, rogom, zvonom, plamenom); voj. znak kojim se nešto javlja (pomoću naročitih zastava, ogledala, raketa i dr.).
2. Svetlosni, zvučni ili neki drugi vidni znak kojim se nešto saopštava;
3. Opomena, upozorenje da treba nešto preduzeti ili da se valja čuvati od neke opasnosti (lat.)
1. A signature attesting the authenticity of a document already signed by another
2. A sign given in reply to another; specifically; a military secret signal that must be given by one wishing to pass a guard
cue / kjuː /
Množina reči cue je cues.
1. a signal (as a word, phrase, or bit of stage business) to a performer to begin a specific speech or action; something serving a comparable purpose; hint
2. A feature indicating the nature of something perceived
3 archaic; the part one has to perform in or as if in a play
4 archaic; mood, humor
Any sign, gesture, sound, or action that conveys information.
Examples include the use of flags (semaphore), light (traffic and railroad signals), radio telephony, radio telegraphy (Morse code), and electricity (telecommunications and computer networks).
The International Code of Signals used by shipping was drawn up by an international committee and published 1931. The codes and abbreviations used by aircraft are dealt with by the International Civil Aviation Organization, established 1944.
An electrical transmittance (either input or output) that conveys information.