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Translation of "clue" - English-Spanish dictionary

clue

noun   /kluː/
something that helps you to solve a problem or answer a question pista Police are searching for clues to the murder.
not have a clue informal
to know nothing about something no tener ni idea I haven’t a clue what you’re talking about.
(Definition of clue from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

clue

noun /kluː/
anything that helps to solve a mystery, puzzle etc pista, indicio The car number was a clue to the identity of the murderer I can’t answer the second clue in this crossword.
clueless adjective
(of a person) stupid ignorante He’s quite clueless about art.
not to have a clue
to be ignorant no tener ni idea ’How does that work?’ ’I haven’t a clue.’
(Definition of clue from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “clue”
in Korean 단서…
in Arabic دَليل…
in Malaysian petunjuk…
in French indice…
in Russian улика, подсказка…
in Chinese (Traditional) 線索, 跡象, 提示…
in Italian indizio, indicazione…
in Turkish ipucu…
in Polish wskazówka…
in Vietnamese đầu mố…
in Portuguese pista, dica…
in Thai ร่องรอย…
in German der Anhaltspunkt…
in Catalan pista…
in Japanese 手がかり、ヒント…
in Chinese (Simplified) 线索, 迹象, 提示…
in Indonesian petunjuk…
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