Translation of index in Spanish:


índice, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈɪndɛks//ˈɪnˌdɛks/


  • 1

    • 1.1render_form_group(subsense).blank? span.form-groups = render_form_group(subsense)(in book, journal)

      índice masculine
      • First, the index lists all common names, and all genera, but the species within genera are not listed under each genus.
      • Short serviceable indexes of names, places, and selected subjects complete them.
      • Helpful appendices, extensive references, and subject and name indices conclude the volume.
      • The book includes a thorough index, making it a useful tool for researchers and students.
      • The book has a good index and an extensive bibliography, but no list of illustrations.
      • The index and bibliography are thorough as well.
      • Nearly an hour passed as I sat lost in the pages of the index of that book.
      • Nine pages of bibliography and both a name index and a subject index round out the book and help make it accessible.
      • Carefully annotated and extensively glossed, it has a chronological table of Ancient Iranian Rulers, a select bibliography, and an index running to 25 pages.
      • The first part of the book was an index indicating what page each category started on.
      • It contains 648 pages of text, spread over 39 chapters and an epilogue, as well as a subject and a name index, each of which takes up 26 pages.
      • Intuition finds a disproportion between 5000 illustrations and a subject index of forty pages.
      • Separate name and subject indexes provide an efficient tool to guide selective reading.
      • The two-page index includes only the names of persons.
      • For one, the book contains a definitive bibliography and indices on the subject.
      • It does contain a name index but a subject index would have enhanced its usefulness.
      • The volume concludes with a 200-page name index for on- and off-screen personnel.
      • A comprehensive, combined name and subject index forms the concluding section.
      • The book includes a word index and a name and subject index.
      • Endnotes, bibliography, and an index of names and subjects facilitate scholarly use and quick reference.

    • 1.2(list)

      lista feminine
      the Index el Índice
      • Audit documents must include an index that identifies preparers and reviewers and work completion date.
      • My learned friend has drawn attention to the documents, the indices that were prepared and there was some correspondence about it.
      • The authors searched several electronic indexes and reference lists of retrieved publications, and hand searched abstracts and conference proceedings.
      • Disk number one contains the index for the entire collection, including small pictures of every catalogue page.
      • When the university received the documents, he says, they were in such disarray that it took years to organize the pages enough to even create an index for the collection.
      • All library items are listed through a main author, title, and subject index.
      • The paleontological reprint collection is catalogued on index cards and is not yet available in computer format.
      • The other documents included in the bundle were not accompanied by any explanatory commentary, but there was an indexto them.
      • Additionally, Regulation 68.2 states that audit documentation must include an index or guide to the documentation.
      • Examples of finding aids include collection indexes, inventories, registers and guides.
      • Some libraries have created indexes to these works.
      • Every title deed should be documented as per this index only.
      • Libraries that use card indices may seem archaic, but they are actually very modern.
      • Could this mean that the differing titles were all the result of a long-dead library clerk having incorrectly entered the book's title details on an index card?
      • One ongoing goal is the archiving of past issues and the maintenance of an author index online; we continue to work towards the completion of this goal.
      • A helpful index leads researchers to documents relating to their favorite subjects.

  • 2

    • 2.1Economics Finance
      (numerical scale)

      índice masculine
      the retail price index el índice de precios al consumo
      • the Dow Jones index el índice de Dow Jones
      • before noun index number índice
      • Therefore monetary expansion will distort the structure of relative prices - even if a price index does not change - and might thus precipitate crisis.
      • And this spring, the core price indexes, which exclude food and fuel, have posted modest increases.
      • Efficacy, judged by a standard disease activity index, did not fall off.
      • The share index rose from 894.85 points recorded the previous week, representing a rise of 3.76 per cent.
      • First, fixation index estimates showed more random variation across generations with decreasing total numbers of populations.
      • Pain management index scores were measured in one setting.
      • The number of cigarettes smoked has been ‘significantly related’ to the headache index score and to the number of days with headache each week.
      • Also because share prices and indices can be that much more volatile the consequences can be quite devastating should things go wrong.
      • Companies selected to be added or removed from the index often have wide price swings resulting from investors buying and selling shares of new members.
      • There was no price change and the index remained unchanged at 385.95.
      • Despite the fact there are house price and share indices aplenty, comparing the long-term performance of these two assets is not easy.
      • For economic and monetary policy formulation, the price index represents a central indicator.
      • Price indexes necessarily average out the extremes; they are unable to signal the more subtle price movements and they leave out relevant items such as asset prices.
      • Although mental development index scores decreased over time for both groups of infants, children prenatally exposed to cocaine had scores that decreased faster.
      • Likewise, pain management index scores were not associated with satisfaction in the bivariate correlation analysis.
      • Financial spread betting gives retail investors an opportunity to bet on individual shares, stock indices or currencies.
      • As controlling behaviour index scores increased, the proportion of women who reported experiencing violent incidents also increased.
      • If the history or examination suggest possible hypogonadism, free testosterone or androgen index assessment is preferred.
      • The construction of price indices is an attempt at the impossible mission of establishing a nonexistent price level.
      • Within the index increases were recorded in dwelling approvals, the share price index, and the money supply.
      • For instance, higher GI index foods such as a baked potato or a serving of rice with your main meal.
      • ‘Diversity index scores are just a starting place for looking at diversity,’ Parker emphasizes.
      • At the end of March, the air pollution index shot up to 174, a record high.
      • Current care provision is inadequate, at least according to dementia care index standards, and urgent action is required.
      • Measured stomatal conductance vs. calculated stomatal conductance index under changing light intensities.
      • The entire share prices of the listed and quoted companies remained unchanged leading the share index to remain constant.
      • Obviously, under these conditions monetary pumping can not generate a sustained up-trend in price indices.
      • We excluded food items from the price indexes when the average household food expenditure share was not available.
      • A total of 100 first-degree adult relatives of 40 gastric cancer index patients were recruited for the study, as were two control groups.
      • By design, the composite deprivation index increases across tenths with the largest increase between tenths 9 and 10.
      • These latest trends ignore the impact of oil and gasoline prices, which will begin to show up in the March and April price indexes.
      • Some charting features allow you to compare individual shares to indices and industry sectors.
      • In this experiment, both sperm index evaluation and mating tests were performed on males from each of 146 different genotypes.
      • The emotional response index ranges from 0.0 to 1.0.
      • The minimum wage differs from one province to another due to differing price indexes and average per capita income.
      • Although there was a great deal of scatter, the conservation index scores decreased with increasing distance from the closest exon.
      • For all patients, we found no difference in respect of patient enablement index scores.
      • So this may indicate that those punters betting on shares prices, indices, commodity prices and the like actually do worse than the more traditional sports betting activities.
      • Investors can bet on individual shares or stock indices, such as the Iseq, Ftse 100, Dow Jones, or Nasdaq going up or down.
      • Clinical assessments of the venous ulcers, based on the criteria of the severity scale, were performed and each ulcer was assigned a severity index score.

    • 2.2(number, ratio)

      índice masculine
      refractive index índice de refracción
      • If we look at the indices of the Fibonacci numbers, we can directly predict which Fibonacci number will be the square of the hypotenuse.
      • Step 3: Find the cobasic variable in the equation chosen in step 2 that has the smallest index and a positive coefficient.
      • The paper investigated sets of indices of partial recursive functions and of recursively enumerable sets.
      • The thesis contains a proof of the fact that for any closed manifold the sum of the indices of a generic vector field is a topological invariant, namely the Euler characteristic.

    • 2.3formal (indication, sign)

      señal feminine
      índice masculine
      index of sth índice de algo
      • The drop in organised sector employment and the growing casualisation of labour is then an index of a general failure of policy since the 1990s - not cause but consequence.
      • Another approach is to evaluate patients when their symptoms and signs raise the index of suspicion of depression.
      • In spite of the widespread acceptance of withdrawal symptoms as an index of addiction, this consensual faith does not appear to be justified.
      • Life expectancy is looked on as a measure of civilisation, if not the principal index of cultural achievement.
      • The viewer can fall in love with resemblances, or can play detective, looking at signs as an index of a process.
      • The arm circumference of each child was measured as an index of nutritional status.
      • Much of the current research on nonmainstream schools centers on outcome evaluation studies that document school efficacy on indices such as academic success.
      • However, she said, the confidence index in many categories stayed below the 100-point level for the 13 th consecutive month.
      • I show that it is best explicable as an index of old-fashioned attitudes and that its correlation with racism simply shows that it is now old-fashioned to avow openly racist attitudes.
      • In 1932 one could be a liberal and a progressive and still consistently support the Tuskegee Study; involvement in the project was not necessarily an index of bigotry or racism.
      • The state of the love life in this sign is the index of overall happiness.
      • It is an index of censorship's staying power that Joyce can be affirmed and celebrated as a great artist in a context where his enlightened and - yes - liberal views are traduced.
      • For the vast majority of us, a handicap is an index of inadequacy - a measure of the distance by which we fall short.

  • 3plindices

    índice masculine

transitive verb

  • 1

    (provide with index)
    (book/journal) ponerle un índice a
  • 2

    (enter in index)
    (name) incluir en un índice
    it is indexed under 'Crimea' aparece / está clasificado bajo 'Crimea'
  • 3

    Finance Economics
    (costs/prices/wages) indexar
    (prices/wages/costs) indiciar
    to index pensions to inflation indexar / indiciar las pensiones a la inflación