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indicate

in·di·cate

indicate

 
pronunciation:
In dih keIt
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part of speech: transitive verb
inflections: indicated, indicates, indicating
definition 1: to show or point out.
The police officer asked her to indicate the man she thought was the attacker.The results of the study indicate that their hypothesis was correct.
 
synonyms:
designate, point out, show
similar words:
denote, evince, manifest, mean, name, register
definition 2: to signify or serve as a token, index, or sign.
The presence of a fever usually indicates illness.The expression on his face indicated great displeasure.
synonyms:
betoken, signal, signify
similar words:
connote, denote, designate, imply, import, portend, promise, say, suggest, token
definition 3: to briefly state or express.
Please indicate your choice by putting a check mark in one of the boxes.We had to put our pencils down when the proctor indicated that time was up.You use your turn signals to indicate your intention to turn.
synonyms:
express, state
similar words:
show, signify, specify, tell