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)
There was probably forensic evidence in every tissue of his body to indicate he was a drunk. THE INNOCENT (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
Definition of indicate from the Collins English Dictionary
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