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Noun(1) an actor's line that immediately precedes and serves as a reminder for some action or speech(2) evidence that helps to solve a problem(3) a stimulus that provides information about what to do(4) sports implement consisting of a tapering rod used to strike a cue ball in pool or billiards
Verb(1) assist (somebody acting or reciting
(1) One man suffered penknife stab wounds to his back and another was hit around the head with a snooker cue .(2) This served as the cue for sections of the media north of the border to lament the fact that a similar progressive outlook did not exist in this country.(3) England was resistant to this change for some reason - the cue was available in billiard rooms by 1734, but did not gain real popularity until around 1800.(4) she had not yet been given her cue to come out on to the dais(5) Instead, it was the cue for England's forwards to take charge.(6) The plan should list peak flow meter readings or specific symptoms that will serve as your cue to go to the ER.(7) In fact, in some cases corroborative evidence serves as the retrieval cue for the repressed memory.(8) any conversational lull was my cue for asking a question(9) We already had had disasters with actors losing their cue when their partner skipped a line, or having black outs with no one on stage able to cut in.(10) The girl takes a cue and begins dancing, keeping almost perfect beat to the tune.(11) A handwritten tick appears above the word death, but the report has no number inserted in it, in spite of the obvious cue to enter a number in the specified space.(12) But didn't go any further until he had taken some cue from her that it was okay.(13) If I strike a billiard ball with a cue stick, I effect a transfer of [physical] energy.(14) You lose glasses and keys either because your brain never encoded an event or piece of information or because a cue devised to trigger your memory failed.(15) Perhaps his vanity had caused him to only use a snooker cue chalk once and then throw it away.(16) This was the cue for the home team to get their act together and they did.
(1) cue ball :: phêl ciw
1. signal ::
2. sign ::
3. indication ::
4. prompt ::
5. reminder ::
6. nod ::
7. word ::
8. gesture ::
9. remind ::
10. prompt ::
Different Formscue, cued, cues, cuing
Word Example from TV Shows
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You're gonna cry on CUE?
Breaking Bad Season 4, Episode 4
would take a CUE
from Bilbo Baggins.
The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 20
English to Welsh Dictionary: cue
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