warning light


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Noun1.warning light - a cautionary sign of dangerwarning light - a cautionary sign of danger    
visual signal - a signal that involves visual communication
idiot light - a colored warning light on an instrument panel (as for low oil pressure)
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warning light

nspia luminosa
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The warning light for Harmattan winds will be continuous vertical glare (white) on all oases of trans-Saharan N.
The warning lights and fires upon the river were powerless beneath this pall, and, but for a raw and piercing chillness in the air, and now and then the cry of some bewildered boatman as he rested on his oars and tried to make out where he was, the river itself might have been miles away.
Our course lay over a wide, uninclosed tract of country at a little distance from the river-side, whence the bright warning lights on the dangerous parts of the St.
We have all experienced that vexing moment when we are casually driving to our destination, and suddenly -- out of nowhere -- a flashing warning light appears on our dashboard.
If the warning light comes on, stop as soon as safely possible and inflate them to the recommended pressure shown in the driver's manual.
It has emerged that the Airbus EC225LP had to return to base twice in the days before the tragedy after a warning light was triggered.
The Preliminary Investigation by the Safety Investigation Board pointed out that it was a false alarm of Stall warning light and over-speeding light.
The Abu Dhabi Police is currently considering an e-proposal to fit streets with an incandescent warning light to prevent chain-reaction traffic accidents resulting from fog on the roads.
Drivers can see this warning light as far ahead, at least three kilometres ahead of potential traffic accidents.
Not so long ago, driving home from a movie with my two girls, a warning light flashed up on my dashboard.
A flight was cancelled on Monday night after a warning light came on when the Sikorsky S92 was due to take off from the Stena Don oil platform.