(of a lion) having a single tail divided in two partway along its length so as to have two complete ends.
Cue vs. QueueWhen do you cue, and when do you queue? Cue typically refers to a signal that encourages someone to take an action, while queue indicates an ordered line or file. Both cue and queue are pronounced like the letter Q, and are considered to be homophones. Homophones are words that sound the same but have different meanings. Additionally, both cue and queue can be used …
Using These Words Will Make You Sound Like You’re From New YorkNew York English carries what linguists call a non-rhotic accent, with speakers often dropping Rs that are followed by another consonant. Here's what we mean.
- queuing theory,
- quevedo y villegas,
Origin of queue fourché
< French: literally, forked tail
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