Idioms about cue
- to fail to respond to a cue.
- Informal. to miss the point: You could tell by his expression that he had missed a cue.
Origin of cue1
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH cuecue , queue
Other definitions for cue (2 of 3)
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How to use cue in a sentence
On cue, Big Finance will be heavily represented in this week’s quarterly results.Why earnings season could be the next big lift for stocks|Bernhard Warner|October 12, 2020|Fortune
We’ve evolved to take cues from the outside world to escape threats like an animal chasing us, so a well-placed hint can make us see things that aren’t there.
Other studies have shown that canines can recognize people’s facial cues.
While data aggregators and analysts will pick up on media signals, investors will also look for these cues to drive their strategy.Sustainability: If your company has a great record, make sure investors hear about it|matthewheimer|October 2, 2020|Fortune
He also wants to know if blue whales listen for time shifts in the songs of distant whales as a cue to start their own migration.Before migrating, some blue whales switch up the timing of their songs|Jake Buehler|October 1, 2020|Science News
British Dictionary definitions for cue (1 of 2)
- (in the theatre, films, music, etc) anything spoken or done that serves as a signal to an actor, musician, etc, to follow with specific lines or action
- on cue at the right moment