English words and Examples of Usage

use "cue" in a sentence

Cue much discussion about what subtle message the company is trying to convey.

Back on Nymex, petroleum-product futures took their cue from the losses in oil.

Cue said one of the aspects that surprised him was the four-speaker sound system.

California needs to take a cue from Mississippi and remove its vaccine exemptions.

Cue the second-guessing and the handwringing over Clinton and her campaign strategy.

Users have also reported some bugs with Apple Music, a fact that Cue has recognized.

Cue the commenters getting carried away "my burger joint is better than yours" rants.

Climate negotiators should take a cue from Knuden's tenacity, and the Arctic's generosity.

Therefore, why not take a cue from this season of gratitude and begin a Thank You Journal?

Well done and first to get it right," tweeted Eddy Cue, Apple's chief of software, last week.

Cue the cheers, and extra points for McKellen for not being too famous to encourage young fans.

By Brian Stelter @brianstelter Exclusive: Apple's Eddy Cue shows off iPad Pro Why a bigger iPad?

“This is a gold rush,” said Tony Tjan, chief executive of Cue Ball, a Boston venture-capital firm.

Unlike pool you only have four balls- the cue ball, one black and two colours, one for each player.

Below are our best bets for decent 'cue around town, building off a previous list from 2013.

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