1.1(point out)(direction/object) señalar(object/direction) indicarto indicate sth to sb — señalarle algo a algn
- To say that these figures indicate that the upward spiral of crime has halted is incorrect.
- An appropriate physical examination and necessary medically indicated investigation are clearly essential.
- Although the days of king coal and the smoky cities are long gone, census figures indicate manufacturing plays a significant role in the regional economy.
- For example, a detailed physical examination may be indicated in some cases.
- But figures indicate that it wreaked far greater damage on Russia's economy than the Nazi invasion and World War II.
- Figures released indicate a 2% increase in unemployment in the south east.
- Insulin therapy also is indicated in patients with contraindications to antidiabetic medications.
- Other solutions used are indicated in the figure legends.
- When an uncomplicated nasal fracture is suspected, plain radiography rarely is indicated.
- Don't you agree these figures indicate the significant economic impact of the arts?
- Additional blood tests may be indicated in patients with more severe injuries.
- About six miles past the restaurant, we almost missed a partially hidden sign indicating Qalat Salah al-Din (Saladin's Castle).
- But child mortality figures indicate many more private tragedies.
- In the archdiocese, the latest figures indicate there are 901 priests.
- Further examination using colonoscopy may be indicated in individual patients.
- The sequences for the primers used are indicated by arrows in Figure 1.
- The figures indicate that the tabloid version has proved a hit with readers as it accounts for some 70% of all sales.
- Occasionally, when confronted with unusual symptoms or signs that are refractory to standard therapy, referral may be indicated.
- On the other hand, if systemic inflammation is responsible, then antiinflammatory therapy may be indicated.
- Figures indicate the EU expects Ireland to resume its position as the Union's fastest-growing economy.
- If the memory loss is severe enough to warrant a diagnosis of dementia, then cholinesterase inhibitor therapy would be indicated.
- Lamotrigine has been available since 1994 and is indicated as adjunctive therapy for partial seizures in adults and children.
- Deviations from the concentrations listed there are indicated in the text.
- The other reality, though, is that the figures indicate that 6673 women with Irish addresses had abortions in Britain last year.
- Preterm delivery may be indicated because of deterioration of maternal or fetal health, and obstetric complications may occur.
- The boxed text indicates the numbering and color-coding scheme.
- The situation might be even worse than the figures indicate, the Commerce Ministry official said.
- In patients with pulmonary hypertension, more frequent chest radiographs to assess catheter position may be indicated.
- Skin scraping, biopsy, or culture may be indicated if skin lesions are present.
- The other part of the schedule lists immunizations indicated and contraindicated by medical conditions.
- If a wound becomes infected, oral or intravenous antibiotics might be indicated and should be chosen based on bacterial cultures.
- Note that they do this in spite of the presence of signs indicating many of these doors are ‘designated no-smoking entrances.’
- If monitoring of the middle cerebral artery indicates anaemia, fetal blood sampling and intrauterine transfusion are indicated.
- Census figures released Friday indicate Indiana County's population has stayed virtually static at 89,605 residents.
- In some cases, complementary examinations such as bronchography, bronchoscopy, and cardiac catheterization may be indicated.
- All the experimental treatments and reproductive nodes that were harvested are indicated on the main figure.
- Figures indicate that landlords have been increasing rents in response to rent allowance limits set by health boards.
- So don't get mad when a driver does not indicate to go to the left lane; remember that he or she just might not be expert enough to disregard the Highway Code.
- Cars indicating to their left from the Dungarvan direction could as easily be going straight on past the junction through the slow lane, he said.
- To all the drivers behind, indicating to change lanes still means ‘accelerate to close the gap’.
- Sometimes they will indicate before moving, sometimes as they are moving and sometimes not at all.
- Quite a few drivers indicate left after leaving, and are already proceeding down the street.
- Moments before the crash, a retired PC watched a blue car indicate then pull out ahead and overtake a horse box.
- If that driver was indicating properly, which I see no reason to assume he wasn't, then the motorcyclist should never have attempted to overtake.
- A little red Volkswagen had situated itself to drive behind them, but the driver was mindless, having a blinking light on his car indicating he was turning left.
- Always indicate when changing lanes.
- She then indicated to pull over to the side, stopped momentarily, but then drove on.
1.3(mark)señalaris it indicated on the map? — ¿está señalado en el mapa?
- If the meter indicates poor air/fuel ratio at idle, correct it by adjusting the idle-mixture screws.
- Only if a 70-year-old driver indicated on their application form they had a problem with their health would they be required to take a medical exam.
- Again the camera meter will indicate a shutter speed and an aperture to give you an 18% grey object.
- The background, which I certainly was not aware of, has been indicated to me briefly.
- There follow fourteen chapters and a conclusion, the contents of which I will briefly indicate later.
- The activity LED will blink twice which indicates Speed Boost is enabled.
- I mention this only to indicate I still have one toe clinging to current pop culture.
- I've indicated to the President of the Senate in correspondence that my confidence in the Clerk is fast diminishing.
- Let me briefly indicate why I do not find this standpoint natural.
- And even the President indicated that he wasn't that keen.
- Sources close to the bus drivers have indicated that they could hold a series of one-day strikes if their demands are not met.
- Wouldn't a conscientious journalist blush to use the word success when the best available gauge indicates failure?
- A ‘suspicion’ meter indicates the likelihood of your discovery and forces you to keep moving, keep your distance from guards and whatnot.
- The winner was the lady who told the saddest life story as indicated by a sound meter measuring the volume of the audience's applause for each contestant.
- And as I mentioned, the pilot indicated that there was some sort of a mechanical problem.
- An LED display between the speedometer and tachometer indicates which gear the driver has chosen.
- During the assessment phase, stakeholders who were surveyed indicated their willingness to form the national coalition.
- Although the fuel gauge indicated a safe fuel state, the low-fuel light flickered.
- Estimates from tide gauges indicate that sea level has changed at the rate of 1.8 to 2.4 mm/yr over the last century.
- Projected display for portable sensor indicating the location of a detected hidden object behind a surface
- The OAT gauge indicated we were at or slightly below freezing.
- Simple depth gauges measuring the maximum depths indicate some remarkably deep dives attained by shearwaters.
- And there may be, as indicated by the president this morning, the possibility of additional troops.
- May I indicate very briefly what the position was.
- It could also be caused by the fact that the actual pressure at the nozzle is less than that indicated by the pressure gauge.
- In the first two articles in this series I have briefly indicated some of the main currents of Nietzsche's thought.
- May I just indicate briefly the background which is referred to in that affidavit.
- The fuel gauge indicated that the hovercar's tank was still half-full so that made it even more likely that it had crashed, rendering the boy unconscious.
- Start timing the process when the dial gauge indicates that the recommended pressure has been reached, or when the weighted gauge begins to jiggle or rock.
- The fuel gauges indicated between 180 and 190 pounds per side as we cleared the active runway.
- She briefly indicates the conflicting written evidence that an historian investigating this incident must consider.
- The timing of the announcement clearly indicated other concerns than simply improving relations with Iraq.
- LCD ‘hands’ point to stamped numbers along the perimeter of the computer's face indicating current speed, average speed and maximum speed.
- The second phase eliminated all records that indicated a ‘missing value’ for the total amount borrowed variable.
- Since the union representing taxi drivers has indicated they would respect picket lines, a walkout would effectively shut down taxi service to the entire city.
- Store owners who were surveyed indicated their sales rose by 38 percent, worth $10 million per year.
- The junction box has two meters indicating the voltage and load capacity readings.
- Salaried physicians indicated a greater willingness to engage in organizational citizenship behaviors.
2.1(show)(condition/change) ser indicio de(condition/change) ser señal dethere's nothing to indicate whether they approve or not — no hay nada que indique si les parece bien o no
- He pointed out that a recent Mori poll had indicated a strong future demand for the bank's core products.
- Evidence came to light indicating that the train drivers involved took all possible actions to reduce the serious nature of the accident.
- The turn out figures indicate something like 30-35 percent.
- The somewhat watered down language of the resolutions is hardly threatening to Sudan, and doesn't indicate a strong political will to me.
- Unless planets are afflicted in Leo, the sign usually indicates strong vitality and a healthy constitution.
- Nevertheless, he acknowledged the ‘market rebound’ as indicating a ‘growing’ consumer confidence here.
- Market signs indicate this trend will continue to be important in the future.
- Every child who joins must sign a pledge indicating his or her intention to become better.
- The proximity to Spinner Lane may indicate that some of the cottages could have housed spinsters.
- The lower slope could indicate a stronger actomyosin bond in the slower muscle.
- One source close to the meeting said the deal hasn't been signed yet and indicated a few more hurdles had to be overcome before there would be any white smoke.
- While I am not an expert on the property market, the above signs seem to indicate that returns on property going forward will, in general, be modest.
- Responses to these items indicate a strong enabling attitude in which the parent was taking a direct action.
- His suave tone failed to indicate anything was wrong.
- Polynesian Megapodes appear to be monogamous, as indicated by their strong site- and partner-fidelity for extended periods.
- My eyes opened to find an exhausted James leaning over me, and the amount of sunlight streaming into the car indicated that it was well past dawn.
- I read the piece twice and tried to see the any sign that indicates such a victory for the insurgents but I failed in both trials.
- These sales indicate that demand is strong for the smaller lot sizes of between 2.5 and ten acres but question the demand for larger industrial sites.
- Stress signals indicated that he needed to create a more balanced life, to keep divorce and a heart attack at bay.
- Sora's voice was starting to grow sore, indicated by its sudden raspy inflection.
3(require)immediate surgery is indicated — lo indicado es operar de inmediato
- a change in tactics is indicated, I feel — creo que se impone un cambio de táctica
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