verb (used with object), sig·naled, sig·nal·ing or (especially British) sig·nalled, sig·nal·ling.
verb (used without object), sig·naled, sig·nal·ing or (especially British) sig·nalled, sig·nal·ling.
Words nearby signal
Origin of signal
OTHER WORDS FROM signal
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH signalsignal single
Examples from the Web for signaller
Being a signaller, I had the doubtful privilege of owning a bicycle, which had to be pushed or carried every inch of the way.
Suddenly the signaller rose, and, crouching low, bolted back towards the guns.Servants of the Guns|Jeffery E. Jeffery
Signaller John Wilkinson and another member of the battalion plunged into the thick smoke and brought out seven men.The Irish at the Front|Michael MacDonagh
Here, a signaller of the 16th Battalion happened to turn up and acted as my guide.The Great War As I Saw It|Frederick George Scott
The signaller's exclamation was: "Blimey, mate, it's lucky he ain't broke the blinkin' line again!"
British Dictionary definitions for signaller
- a variable parameter, such as a current or electromagnetic wave, by which information is conveyed through an electronic circuit, communications system, etc
- the information so conveyed
- (as modifier)signal strength; a signal generator