Spanish translation of 'clue'
(in guessing game) pista f
(in a crime) pista f ⧫ indicio m
[of crossword] indicación f
an important clue una pista importante
I haven’t a clue (informal) no tengo ni idea
can you give me a clue? ¿me das una pista?
to clue sb up (informal) informar a algn
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Example Sentences Including 'clue'
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The list provides a helpful clue to the sources of some of Kit's plays.HISTORY PLAY: The Lives and After-life of Christopher Marlowe (2004)
This knowledge provides us with useful clues about how the financial system may change over time.Financial Markets, Institutions and Money (1995)
A comedy quote on a badge is a hot clue.The Sun (2012)
A name you hear in a song is a hot clue to new love.The Sun (2010)
An Italian name is a love clue.The Sun (2014)
Enter the answers to the clues below in the bricks in the wall.The Sun (2015)
Having received these sketchy clues, the brain does the rest.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
The initial K is your hottest love clue.The Sun (2013)
The pattern of the pain may give some helpful clues.The Sun (2009)
They certainly don't have a clue how to get this country out of the mire they have put it in.The Sun (2013)
Using the nine letters in the square, can you answer these clues?Times, Sunday Times (2011)
Without the language clue provided by signs, you could be anywhere.SHOPPED: The Shocking Power of British Supermarkets (2004)
Ask him out for a drink and see if you can get more clues about his social life.The Sun (2007)
I did not have a clue anything had happened.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
It could be the clue that solves this terrible mystery.The Sun (2011)
Last night there was no clue to the identity of the mothers.The Sun (2012)
My wife does not have a clue there is anything wrong.The Sun (2013)
Tests on his remains may provide clues about any medical treatment he was receiving.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
You may get clues about how to put things right.The Sun (2008)
You often hear people looking back as they try to find clues to explain what has happened.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
The times of the heats gave no clue about the outcome.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
What consistent patterns are noticeable in you that may be clues to your design and calling?Christianity Today (2000)
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'clue' in Other Languages
British English: clue /kluː/ NOUN
A clue to a problem, mystery, or puzzle is something that helps you find the answer.
...a crossword puzzle clue.
- American English: clue
- Arabic: مِفْتَاح
- Brazilian Portuguese: dica
- Chinese: 线索
- Croatian: indicija
- Czech: indicie
- Danish: spor
- Dutch: aanwijzing
- European Spanish: pista indicio
- Finnish: johtolanka
- French: indice enquête
- German: Hinweis
- Greek: ένδειξη
- Italian: indizio
- Japanese: 手がかり
- Korean: 실마리
- Norwegian: ledetråd
- Polish: wskazówka
- European Portuguese: dica
- Romanian: indiciu
- Russian: подсказка
- Spanish: pista indicación
- Swedish: ledtråd
- Thai: เงื่อนงำ
- Turkish: delil
- Ukrainian: підказка
- Vietnamese: đầu mối
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