Definition of 'indicate'
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The eyebrows went up, to indicate he would refrain from comment. C B GREENFIELD - A LITTLE MADNESS (1989)He raised a languid hand to indicate another questioner. THE SCAR (1989)Its thick towing line was spliced every twenty feet to indicate the length over the side. LET NOT THE DEEP (1989)
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Translations for 'indicate'
British English: indicate /ˈɪndɪˌkeɪt/ VERB
If one thing indicates another, the first thing shows that the second is true or exists.
A survey has indicated that most retired people are independent and enjoying life.
- American English: indicate
- Arabic: يُبَيِّـنُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: indicar
- Chinese: 指出
- Croatian: ukazivati
- Czech: naznačit
- Danish: indikere
- Dutch: aangeven laten weten
- European Spanish: indicar
- Finnish: osoittaa näyttää
- French: indiquer
- German: zeigen
- Greek: υποδεικνύω
- Italian: indicare
- Japanese: 示す
- Korean: 가리키다
- Norwegian: antyde
- Polish: wskazać
- European Portuguese: indicar
- Romanian: a indica
- Russian: свидетельствует
- Spanish: indicar
- Swedish: antyda
- Thai: ชี้บอก
- Turkish: işaret etmek
- Ukrainian: вказувати
- Vietnamese: chỉ ra
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