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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.’
Translations of “clue”
in Korean 단서…
in Arabic دَليل…
in French indice…
in Italian indizio, indicazione…
in Chinese (Traditional) 線索, 跡象, 提示…
in Russian улика, подсказка…
in Turkish ipucu…
in Polish wskazówka…
in Portuguese pista, dica…
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…
(Definition of clue from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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