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- UK [ˈɪndɪˌkeɪtə(r)] / US [ˈɪndɪˌkeɪtər]
Word forms "indicator":
singular indicator plural indicators1) something that shows you what condition something is ina good/useful/important indicator:
economic indicators such as the inflation rate or the exchange ratean indicator of success/performance/quality:
Time spent in education is a good indicator of social and economic position.
The test is a reliable indicator of performance if it is carried out correctly.2) a piece of equipment that shows information
the air-speed indicator
The copier is ready when the green indicator light is on.3) British one of the lights on a car that shows in which direction it is turning4) chemistry a chemical compound that changes colour in particular conditions. It can be used to test chemical substances, for example in order to discover how acid or alkaline something is.
English dictionary. 2014.
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Indicator — Indicator … Wikipédia en Français
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indicator — (n.) 1660s, from L.L. indicator, agent noun from indicare (see INDICATION (Cf. indication)). As a finger muscle, from 1690s … Etymology dictionary
Indicātor — (lat.), 1) der Streckmuskel des Zeigefingers; 2) (Honigkukuk), Gattung der kukuksartigen Klettervögel … Pierer's Universal-Lexikon
indicator — I noun attestant, attester, augury, auspice, badge, beacon, clue, cue, emblem, ensign, flag, foreshadowing, harbinger, herald, hint, index, informant, informer, landmark, mark, note, pointer, precursor, prognostic, semaphore, sign, stamp, symbol … Law dictionary
indicator — [n] sign barometer, beacon, clue, dial, gauge, guide, hint, index, mark, meter, omen, pointer, signal, symbol, warning; concepts 274,529,673,689 … New thesaurus
indicator — ► NOUN 1) a thing that indicates a state or level. 2) a gauge or meter of a specified kind. 3) a flashing light on a vehicle to show that it is about to change lanes or turn. 4) Brit. an information board or screen in a railway station, airport,… … English terms dictionary
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