Definición de signalman en inglés:

signalman

Saltos de línea: sig¦nal|man
Pronunciación: /ˈsɪɡn(ə)lmən
 
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sustantivo (plural signalmen)

1A railway worker responsible for operating signals and points.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Perhaps the only trades which are exclusive to railways in their nomenclature are platelayers, shunters and signalmen.
  • Railway shunters, pointsmen, signalmen and yardmasters began an indefinite strike at midnight on August 5, demanding the immediate settlement of salary anomalies.
  • You could see the local signal box with the signalman busy in it.
1.1A person responsible for sending and receiving naval or military signals.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Mr Cammish started out at sea as a junior signalman in the Royal Navy in 1949 and after eight years travelling the world, he joined the Coastguard in 1957.
  • Combat experience made signalmen constantly adjust their views on how to develop the communications system.
  • Since the flight medic will first be lowered to the ground to continue treatment of the casualty, he becomes the primary signalman for the hoist.

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