v. 表明，暗示; 指示; 象征; 打转向灯指示转弯; 被建议
If one thing indicates another, the first thing shows that the second is true or exists.
A survey of retired people has indicated that most are independent and enjoying life...
Our vote today indicates a change in United States policy...
If you indicate an opinion, an intention, or a fact, you mention it in an indirect way.
Mr Rivers has indicated that he may resign...
U.S. authorities have not yet indicated their monetary policy plans.
If you indicate something to someone, you show them where it is, especially by pointing to it.
He indicated a chair. 'Sit down.'
Pelham moved across to indicate a wall chart.
If one thing indicates something else, it is a sign of that thing.
Dreams can help indicate your true feelings...
His language indicates a poor education.
If a technical instrument indicates something, it shows a measurement or reading.
The needles that indicate your height are at the top right-hand corner...
The temperature gauge indicated that it was boiling.
When drivers indicate, they make lights flash on one side of their vehicle to show that they are going to turn in that direction.
He told us when to indicate and when to change gear.
1. be a signal for or a symptom of;
2. indicate a place, direction, person, or thing; either spatially or figuratively;
3. to state or express briefly;
4. give evidence of;
5. suggest the necessity of an intervention; in medicine;
mean, imply, indicate, represent, denote, signify, suggest
An icon appears on the screen to indicate when you are controlling the far end camera.
Shuffle and shamble indicate moving without lifting the feet completely off the ground.
Thrown to indicate that a thread is not in an appropriate state for the requested operation.
The results indicate that the effect of motor on the elastic displacement couldn't be neglected.
Article 6 The name of cooperatives shall indicate the scope of business and liability.