cued

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  • cued — kjuː n. signal (for an actor, singer, etc.); example; long tapering wooden rod used in a billiards game; long stick with a concave attachment at the end which is used in the game of shuffleboard v. give a signal, indicate …   English contemporary dictionary

  • CUED — engin. abbr. Cambridge University Engineering Department …   United dictionary of abbreviations and acronyms

  • Cued speech — is a system of communication used with and among deaf or hard of hearing people. It is a phonemic based system which makes traditionally spoken languages accessible by using a small number of handshapes (representing consonants) in different… …   Wikipedia

  • cued speech — cued′ speech′ n. ling. a method of communication that combines lipreading with the use by the speaker of a system of hand gestures to clarify potentially ambiguous mouth movements • Etymology: 1970–75 …   From formal English to slang

  • cued speech — (sometimes caps.) a method of communication in which a speaker uses a system of manual cues to aid a lipreader by clarifying potentially ambiguous mouth movements with hand gestures. [1970 75] * * * …   Universalium

  • cued speech — /kjud ˈspitʃ/ (say kyoohd speech) noun a method of communication used by the deaf to aid lip reading, in which ambiguous mouth movements are supplemented by hand gestures …   Australian English dictionary

  • cued speech — noun : a form of communication for the deaf in which lipreading is enhanced by hand signals that distinguish between similar lip movements …   Useful english dictionary

  • curl|y|cued — curl|i|cued or curl|y|cued «KUR lee kyood», adjective. having curlicues …   Useful english dictionary

  • curl|i|cued — or curl|y|cued «KUR lee kyood», adjective. having curlicues …   Useful english dictionary

  • duce — cued …   Anagrams dictionary

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