- to make notable or conspicuous.
- to point out or indicate particularly.
- to equip (a particular traffic crossing or an entire transportation route) with traffic signals.
Also especially British, sig·nal·ise.
Origin of signalize
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Examples from the Web for signalize
The first night they encamped on a slight eminence, where a large fire was built to signalize to the vessels their position.
What a field have we at our doors to signalize ourselves in!
This was a religious ceremony, intended to signalize and sanctify their victory.Xerxes
They signalize again and again, but in vain; they can obtain no answer.Storm Warriors
He did not signalize his triumphs by the freeing of captives or the giving of rewards.Under Cover
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- to make noteworthy or conspicuous
- to point out carefully
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