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indicative

adjective
 
 
/ɪnˈdɪkətɪv/
being a sign that something exists, is true, or will probably happen: indicative of sth The fall in demand is indicative of a broader trend in consumer spending.
[before noun] FINANCE showing how much something will probably cost: indicative budget/cost
Translations of “indicative”
in Chinese (Traditional) 標示的, 表明的…
in Russian изъявительное (наклонение)…
in Turkish (kip) bildiren, haber veren…
in Chinese (Simplified) 标示的, 表明的…
in Polish oznajmujący…
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