Noun(1) a post bearing a sign that gives directions or shows the way
Verb(1) mark with a signpost, as of a path
(1) However, he has also acknowledged ‘I think music can sometimes steer the audience into a way of looking at a scene, as a kind of signpost along the road’.(2) Immediately below the bridge, a path runs leftwards, uphill to a tarmac road where a signpost to Birnam Hill points to the left.(3) The light commercial vehicle market is slightly down on last year's highs, but the heavy truck market, always a good signpost to economic health, remains buoyant.(4) At the end of Holburn Street there is a clear signpost indicating the cycle route to Hornsea.(5) Earlier in our journey, we'd passed a signpost for Colonia Suiza, a town settled by colonists from Switzerland.(6) There's no direction, no definitive signpost telling you how many miles to your next destination.(7) She said people had been contacting her initially with an email or telephone call; the next step was to establish how best she could assist, whether it was helping to signpost people in the right direction or to fill out an application form.(8) shorts remain the fashion signpost of summer's arrival(9) At the end of the road a signpost declares the way: ‘Public Footpath by Gipsy Glen to Yarrow’.(10) Carry on between fields to a ruined building and a signpost indicating the way on to Lady Mary's Walk.(11) I mean, there'd been times when I wasn't exactly sure where I was, but there'd always been the inevitable signpost or landmark or town where I could ask directions.(12) Archer, while a great boxer, wasn't a puncher of any description and that knockdown, as clear as any signpost , indicated that it was time for Sugar Ray to quit.(13) When you see the signpost indicating Lyell it is difficult to believe that this isolated area once was the site of a gold rush.(14) After leaving Durrow I headed out along the Kilkenny Road and was directed to Attanagh by a road signpost .(15) The Stone Roses were a supernova, their debut album a bright flash in the pop universe that remains a signpost and a favorite more than 15 years later.(16) If the bureau cannot offer direct help and advice, they can signpost people to the relevant statutory or specialist bodies to offer assistance.
(1) signpost :: شارة
1. guidepost ::
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