[pawl] /pɔl/ (Show IPA), 1863–1935, French painter.
Paul (pɔl). 1863–1935, French neoimpressionist painter, influenced by Seurat
noun 1. graphic designs, as symbols, emblems, or words, used especially for identification or as a means of giving directions or warning. noun 1. signs collectively, esp street signs or signs giving directions
noun 1. anything that serves to indicate, warn, direct, command, or the like, as a light, a gesture, an act, etc.: a traffic signal; a signal to leave. 2. anything agreed upon or understood as the occasion for concerted action. 3. an act, event, or the like that causes or incites some action: The unjust […]
noun 1. a board for displaying electrically transmitted signals and indicating their source.
noun, British. 1. a railway signal tower. noun 1. a building containing manually operated signal levers for all the railway lines in its section 2. a control point for a large area of a railway system, operated electrically and semiautomatically