In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(sign, hint)indicio masculinewe were given no indication of what was going to happen — no se nos dio ningún indicio / ninguna pauta de lo que iba a ocurrir
- there is every indication that … — todo parece indicar que …
- the footprints give us some indication of the animal's size — las huellas nos dan una idea del tamaño del animal
- One indication of this is that conventional game programming does not seem to be growing these days.
- An indication of times to come was evident in the procession that marked the inauguration.
- A good indication of when tomatoes are at their best is when they're cheapest.
- The gathering earlier this week of trade union leaders to discuss plans for a more robust manifesto was an indication of that.
- Just an indication of how much trouble there is out there and how dry it can be.
- Party affiliation is no longer an accurate indication of approach.
- Well, later in the piece we get some indication of what our correspondent really thinks.
- Perhaps this information, and some indication of the meeting place was discussed.
- If the patient is unwilling to sign a written indication of this refusal, this too should be noted in writing.
- It was an indication of the way the Academy's luck has been going.
- When there are nine to 10 games left, you will have a clear indication of who will be there at the end of the race.
- This in itself is an indication of the problem, an indication of the fear in which people live.
- This, once again, is a indication of the kind of thing that the president said he wanted to do.
- That gives an indication of how informed they intend to be for the remainder of this debate.
- It's an indication of the troubled security situation facing Coalition forces.
- This gives an indication of where mortgage-holders are likely to be hardest hit by interest rate rises or a dip in the economy.
- I eagerly await the news story citing evidence of tea harvesting on the South Downs as an indication of climate change.
- The monthly magazine is a great indication of good value wine purchases and general wine knowledge.
- These two stories are an indication of the problems that lie ahead.
- Was this evidence of a busy morning or the indication of a little used venue?
- Some types of infection are an indication for a planned Caesarean section.
- Prior intrauterine therapy is not an indication for an elective caesarean section.
- Failure to establish regular breathing in the first minute after birth is an indication for assisted ventilation.
- The commonest indication for hysteroscopy is the investigation of abnormal uterine bleeding.
- The companies were very keen to get coronary heart disease prevention as an indication for the drugs.
- The medical history may also yield medical indications for, or contraindications to, specific antihypertensive drugs.
- By far, the two basic indications for tracheostomy are airway obstruction and ventilatory support.
- There is no indication for antibiotics in patients with thrombophlebitis.
- It was not uncommon for patients to present with more than one indication for tracheostomy.
- Table 2 shows the rates of antimicrobials prescribed for urinary indications for the 10 pairs of nursing homes.
- Fever is a common system of illness in children and can be an indication for an infection.
- The device has been used for various indications, including chronic wounds, grafts, and flaps.
- Could this be a novel therapy for sleep apnea, and a new indication for cardiac pacing?
- Since insomnia has many causes, the indications for treatment are dependent on the etiology.
- For many women the first indication of pregnancy is a missed period.
- Fever and flank pain are not indications for intravenous urography.
- Around half of the study patients had atrial fibrillation as their primary indication for warfarin.
- Perhaps impaired glucose tolerance should be an indication for treatment.
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