Synonyme von signify
to indicate or suggestThe two approaches signified a sharp difference between the men.
She has indicated that she might resign.
The green signal means that you can go.
The figures suggest that their success is conditional on this restriction.
He still has a lot to learn, as is evidenced by his recent behaviour.
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The meeting in no way implies a resumption of contact with the terrorists.
He has exhibited signs of anxiety and stress.
intimate, , , ,
She intimated that she was contemplating leaving the company.
be a sign of,
The fall of the Berlin Wall symbolized the end of the Cold War.
Red eyes denote strain and fatigue.
The word `insecurity' connotes all sorts of things that we strive not to be.
Comets, in Western tradition, always portend doom and gloom.
His demeanour betokened embarrassment at his prosperity.
Two jurors signified their dissent.
She had enough time to show her gratitude.
He expressed his anger in a destructive way.
The survey indicated that most old people are independent.
The couple were planning to announce their engagement.
It was unlike him to display his feelings.
Anyone carrying money into or out of the country must declare it.
The country was signalling its readiness to have the embargo lifted.
The meter registered loads of 9 and 10 kg.
The result will be communicated to parents.
He continues to proclaim his innocence.
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in the sense of announce
to proclaimThe couple were planning to announce their engagement.
in the sense of betoken
to indicateHis demeanour betokened embarrassment at his prosperity.
in the sense of communicate
to exchange (thoughts) or make known (information or feelings) by speech, writing, or other meansThe result will be communicated to parents.
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