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Spanish translation of “index”

index

noun /ˈindeks/
an alphabetical list of names, subjects etc eg at the end of a book
índice
Look it up in the index.
(plural indices /ˈindisiːz/) in mathematics the figure which indicates the number of times a figure etc must be multiplied by itself etc
índice
In 63 and 75, the figures 3 and 5 are the indices.
index finger noun (anatomy) the finger next to the thumb
índice
She pointed at the map with her index finger.
(Definition of index from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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