Definition of communication cord in English:

communication cord

noun

British
  • another term for emergency cord
    • ‘In her case it was the communication cord on which she was supposed to pull to indicate distress.’
    • ‘We tackled these by encouraging passengers to pull the communication cord whenever they saw a crime and offering a reward of £1,000 each time they did.’
    • ‘The train is passing a narrow peninsula of land, and on sudden impulse he pulls the communication cord and the train grinds to a halt.’
    • ‘The hat blew out of the window, whereupon he pulled the communication cord.’
    • ‘British Transport Police received a report that a man had pulled the communication cord and the train stopped on the King Edward Rail Bridge.’