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Translation of "pointer" - English-Spanish dictionary

pointer

noun   /ˈpɔɪn.tər/
something that is used for pointing at things, such as a long, thin stick that you hold to direct attention to a place on a map or words on a board, or a cursor puntero 12131270
a helpful piece of advice or information idea, sugerencia This booklet gives some useful pointers on what to expect when you arrive.11801211
something that shows you an existing or developing situation indicador The performance of the car industry is a (good) pointer to the general economic health of the country.1981
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