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clue

noun [C]
 
 
/kluː/
B2 a sign or a piece of information that helps you to solve a problem or answer a question
wskazówka
Police are searching the area for clues to the murder. I can't remember who wrote it. Give me a clue.Solving and solutions
not have a clue informal B2 to be completely unable to guess, understand, or deal with something
nie mieć pojęcia
[+ question word] I haven't a clue what you're talking about.Unaware
Translations of “clue”
in Arabic دَليل…
in Korean 단서…
in Malaysian petunjuk…
in French indice…
in Turkish ipucu…
in Italian indizio, indicazione…
in Chinese (Traditional) 線索, 跡象, 提示…
in Russian улика, подсказка…
in Vietnamese đầu mố…
in Spanish pista, indicio…
in Portuguese pista, dica…
in Thai ร่องรอย…
in German der Anhaltspunkt…
in Catalan pista…
in Japanese 手がかり、ヒント…
in Indonesian petunjuk…
in Chinese (Simplified) 线索, 迹象, 提示…
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