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The term denotes a game in which a player makes a series of moves of stunning quality and originality. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Time will gradually diminish the significance of the dry figures that denote its performance, and only the artistry will remain. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The term can also denote a FIRM. Collins Dictionary of Economics (1993)Sometimes, though, a name change does denote a content change as well. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Like the mountain goat your sign denotes, you'll slowly climb to the top in measured paces. The Sun (2015)That comes with a caveat - the figures denote only reported crimes - but it does suggest that these things need to be placed into context. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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British English: denote VERB
If one thing denotes another, it is a sign or indication of it.
Red eyes denote strain and fatigue.
Definition of denote from the Collins English Dictionary
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