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indicate

verb   /ˈɪn·dɪ·keɪt/ ( present participle indicating, past tense and past participle indicated)
to show that something exists or is true indicar Recent evidence indicates that the skeleton is about three million years old.
to point to someone or something señalar He indicated a man in a dark coat.
UK to show that you are going to turn left or right when you are driving poner el intermitente The driver turned right without indicating.
(Definition of indicate from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

indicate

verb /ˈindikeit/
to point out or show indicar We can paint an arrow here to indicate the right path.
indication noun
indicación There are clear indications that the war will soon be over He had given no indication that he was intending to resign.
indicative /inˈdikətiv/ adjective, noun
(linguistics) describing verbs which occur as parts of statements and questions indicativo In ’I ran home’ and ’Are you going?’ ’ran’ and ’are going’ are indicative (verbs).
indicator noun
a pointer, sign, instrument etc which indicates something or gives information about something indicador; intermitente (coche) the indicator on the petrol gauge of a car.
(Definition of indicate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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