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indicator

noun [C] uk   /ˈɪn.dɪ.keɪ.tər/  us   /ˈɪn.dɪ.keɪ.tɚ/

indicator noun [C] (SHOWING)

C2 something that shows what a situation is like: Commodity prices can be a useful indicator of inflation, he claimed. an economic indicator

indicator noun [C] (SIGNAL)

UK (US signal, turn signal) one of the lights at the front and back of a road vehicle that flash to show which way the vehicle is turning a device that shows a value or a change in level, speed, etc.: The car has an overhead console with a compass and outside temperature indicator.
Translations of “indicator”
in Korean 신호등…
in Arabic مُؤشِّر…
in Portuguese luz de seta, pisca-pisca…
in Catalan intermitent…
in Japanese (車の)方向指示器…
in Italian fanale indicatore di direzione, freccia…
in Chinese (Traditional) 指標, 標誌…
in Russian показатель, индикатор…
in Turkish gösterge, belirteç, işaret…
in Chinese (Simplified) 表明, 指标…
in Polish wskaźnik, kierunkowskaz…
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