Definitions

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  • noun US A traffic control signal, traditionally consisting of three lights colored green, yellow/amber and red meaning proceed, prepare to stop and stop respectively.

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  • noun a red light on the rear of a motor vehicle that signals when the brakes are applied to slow or stop
  • noun a visual signal to control the flow of traffic at intersections

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Examples

  • A metric called the stoplight process red, yellow, green was set up to track whether actions agreed upon in Afghanistan and Iraq were being implemented or whether policy needed to be adjusted or changed.

    In the Shadow of the Oval Office

  • A metric called the stoplight process red, yellow, green was set up to track whether actions agreed upon in Afghanistan and Iraq were being implemented or whether policy needed to be adjusted or changed.

    In the Shadow of the Oval Office

  • A metric called the stoplight process red, yellow, green was set up to track whether actions agreed upon in Afghanistan and Iraq were being implemented or whether policy needed to be adjusted or changed.

    In the Shadow of the Oval Office

  • A metric called the stoplight process red, yellow, green was set up to track whether actions agreed upon in Afghanistan and Iraq were being implemented or whether policy needed to be adjusted or changed.

    In the Shadow of the Oval Office

  • Diann told me that last time she drove him, he asked if a stoplight were a semaphore.

    Never Change

  • Diann told me that last time she drove him, he asked if a stoplight were a semaphore.

    Never Change

  • Diann told me that last time she drove him, he asked if a stoplight were a semaphore.

    Never Change

  • The woman, however, said the stoplight was her first opportunity to jump from the van.

    Madison.com - top

  • "It turns out the same sound that irritates me when someone pulls up next to me at a stoplight is the same sound that irritates the fish," Holderman said.

    Home

  • "It turns out the same sound that irritates me when someone pulls up next to me at a stoplight is the same sound that irritates the fish," Holderman said.

    Home

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