sos

  • 49SOS — 1. the letters represented by the radio telegraphic signal (· · · · · ·) used, esp. by ships in distress, as an internationally recognized call for help. n. 2. any call for help: We sent out an SOS for more typists. v.i. 3. to send an SOS. [1905… …

    Universalium

  • 50SOS — noun /ˈɛs.əʊˌɛs/ a) The conventional Morse code call made by a ship in distress. The keel has been scuppered mdash; send out an SOS. b) a childrens game involving placing Ss and Os on a grid, and collecting points by creating an SOS sequence,… …

    Wiktionary

  • 51SOS — ► sustantivo masculino 1 TELECOMUNICACIONES Petición de auxilio emitida en morse por barcos y aviones en peligro inminente. 2 Cualquier llamada de auxilio. * * * SOS (pronunc. [ése ó ése]) m. Señal de petición de auxilio consistente en radiar… …

    Enciclopedia Universal

  • 52SOS — n. to broadcast, send an SOS * * * send an SOS to broadcast …

    Combinatory dictionary

  • 53SOS — Blev gjort til internationalt nødråb i 1906. Morsetegnet for SOS er tre prikker, tre streger, tre prikker, og er ikke forkortelsen for noget som helst, selv om det nogle steder ses som en forkortelse for Save Our Soules. Titanics telegrafist Jack …

    Danske encyklopædi

  • 54SOS — [[t]e̱s oʊ e̱s[/t]] N SING An SOS is a signal which indicates to other people that you are in danger and need help quickly. The ferry did not even have time to send out an SOS. Syn: mayday …

    English dictionary

  • 55SOS — UK [ˌes əʊ ˈes] / US [ˌes oʊ ˈes] noun [countable, usually singular] Word forms SOS : singular SOS plural SOSs 1) a radio signal used for calling for help, especially by a ship or plane 2) an urgent request for help from someone in trouble …

    English dictionary

  • 56SOS — [[t]ˈɛsˌoʊˈɛs[/t]] n. pl. SOSs, SOS s. 1) an internationally recognized radiotelegraphic distress signal, used esp. by ships and consisting of the letters SOS spelled out in Morse Code (•••–––•••) 2) any call for help • Etymology: 1905–10 …

    From formal English to slang

  • 57SOS — {{#}}{{LM S42651}}{{〓}} {{[}}SOS{{]}} {{■}}(ing.){{□}} {{《}}▍ s.m.{{》}} Expresión para solicitar auxilio en una situación límite: • El barco emitió un SOS por radio antes de hundirse.{{○}} {{★}}{{\}}ETIMOLOGÍA:{{/}} Es la sigla del inglés Save… …

    Diccionario de uso del español actual con sinónimos y antónimos

  • 58Sòs — Manje likid moun fè pou yo mete sou lòt manje ki di pou ede manje di sa yo desann pi fasil nan gòj. Sòs ogmante gou manje di yo ki pa kapab kenbe bon gou pou anpil tan menm jan avèk sòs …

    Definisyon 2500 mo Kreyòl

  • 59sos — Guanine nucleotide releasing factor (155kD), the mammalian homologue of son of sevenless. The proline rich region of sos binds to the SH3 domain of GRB2. Has homology with CDC 25, the yeast GTP releasing factor for ras. A family of related… …

    Dictionary of molecular biology

  • 60SOS — self obtained smear; son of sevenless; Southern Oxidant Study; speed of sound; supplemental oxygen system; surgery on site; Swedish Obesity Study * * * SOS abbr [Latin si opus sit] if occasion require; if necessary used in writing prescriptions …

    Medical dictionary

  • 61SoS — Stent or Surgery [study] * * * SOS abbr [Latin si opus sit] if occasion require; if necessary used in writing prescriptions …

    Medical dictionary

  • 62SOS — internationales Seenotzeichen; die nach dem Morsecode gesendete oder in Form von Lichtblitzen ubermittelte Buchstabenfolge SOS [ ... ... ] Abk. fur: save our souls rettet unsere Seelen oder save our ship rettet unser Schiff; wird benutzt als… …

    Maritimes Wörterbuch

  • 63SOS — {{hw}}{{SOS}}{{/hw}}s. m. Segnale internazionale un tempo usato per la richiesta di soccorso per navi, aerei e sim. consistente in un gruppo di lettere dell alfabeto Morse emesso mediante radiotelegrafia, segnali luminosi o altri mezzi di… …

    Enciclopedia di italiano

  • 64SOS — Same Old Stuff. Aw, c mon, let s do something different. We ve had the SOS three nights in a row …

    Dictionary of american slang