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indication

noun
 
 
/ˌɪndɪˈkeɪʃən/
[C or U] a sign that something exists, is true, or is likely to happen: an indication that There are few indications that the economy is on an upswing.an indication of sth The fact that she is being kept in a leadership role is an indication of how important she is to the company.a fair/good indication The price of a product is generally a fair indication of its quality.
[C] a suitable action that is suggested by something: The indication from the trade figures is to reduce stock by at least 30%.
Translations of “indication”
in Korean 표시…
in Arabic دِلالة…
in Portuguese indício, mostra, indicação…
in Catalan indicació…
in Japanese 兆候…
in Italian indicazione…
in Chinese (Traditional) 標示, 表明, 象徵…
in Russian признак, фактор, указание…
in Turkish belirti, işaret, iz…
in Chinese (Simplified) 标示, 表明…
in Polish oznaka, znak…
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