give a cue


give a cue
Общая лексика: намекнуть (что делать или говорить; кому-л.), подсказать (что делать или говорить; кому-л.), намекнуть (кому-л., что делать или говорить)

Универсальный англо-русский словарь. . 2011.

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  • cue — Ⅰ. cue [1] ► NOUN 1) a signal to an actor to enter or to begin their speech or performance. 2) a signal or prompt for action. 3) a facility for playing through an audio or video recording very rapidly until a desired starting point is reached. ►… …   English terms dictionary

  • cue — cue1 [kyo͞o] n. [< q, Q, used in plays in 16th & 17th c. to indicate actors entrances; prob. abbrev. of some L word (as quando, when, qualis, in what manner)] 1. a bit of dialogue, action, or music that is a signal for an actor s entrance or… …   English World dictionary

  • cue — cue1 /kyooh/, n., v., cued, cuing. n. 1. anything said or done, on or off stage, that is followed by a specific line or action: An off stage door slam was his cue to enter. 2. anything that excites to action; stimulus. 3. a hint; intimation;… …   Universalium

  • cue — 1. n. & v. n. 1 a the last words of an actor s speech serving as a signal to another actor to enter or speak. b a similar signal to a singer or player etc. 2 a a stimulus to perception etc. b a signal for action. c a hint on how to behave in… …   Useful english dictionary

  • cue — n. signal 1) to give the cue 2) to take one s cue from smb. 3) to miss the cue 4) on cue * * * [kjuː] [ signal ] to give the cue on cue to miss the cue to take one s cue from smb …   Combinatory dictionary

  • cue — I [[t]kyu[/t]] n. v. cued, cu•ing 1) sbz anything said or done, on or off stage, that is followed by a specific line or action: The gunshot is your cue to enter[/ex] 2) anything that excites to action; stimulus 3) a hint; intimation; guiding… …   From formal English to slang

  • cue — I. noun Etymology: Middle English cu half a farthing (spelled form of q, abbreviation for Latin quadrans quarter of an as) Date: circa 1755 the letter q II. noun Etymology: probably from qu, abbreviation (used as a direction in actors copies of… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • cue — cue1 noun 1》 a signal to an actor or other performer to enter or to begin their speech or performance.     ↘a signal or prompt for action. 2》 Psychology a feature of something perceived that is used in the brain s interpretation of the perception …   English new terms dictionary

  • Cue for Treason —   Cover of 1973 Puffin Books edition …   Wikipedia

  • Cue — (k[=u]), n. [ OF. coue, coe, F. queue, fr. L. coda, cauda, tail. Cf. {Caudal}, {Coward}, {Queue}.] 1. The tail; the end of a thing; especially, a tail like twist of hair worn at the back of the head; a queue. [1913 Webster] 2. The last words of a …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Cue bid — In contract bridge, a cue bid (also, cuebid or cue bid) is a term that applies to two types of bid: A bid of a suit that has already been bid by opponents. A slam investigating bid made during an auction s later rounds that shows control of a… …   Wikipedia

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