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resignal

Line breaks: re|sig¦nal
Pronunciation: /riːˈsɪɡn(ə)l
 
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Definition of resignal in English:

verb (resignals, resignalling, resignalled; US resignals, resignaling, resignaled)

[with object] (often as noun resignalling)
Equip (a railway line) with new signal equipment: resignalling on the London-Tilbury and Southend line is complete
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  • Network Rail says that resignalling the route with colour light signals will mean better punctuality and greater capacity for long-term growth in passenger and freight traffic.
  • We'll be resignalling the route next, and now we want to tackle our fleet.
  • More usual work includes track renewal and preliminary work on signal sites and cables ready for resignalling next year.

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