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showing the best way to or the direction of; highlight: an arrow indicating north; suggested your path by nodding toward it.
To serve as a sign, symptom, or token of; signify: "The cracking and booming for the ice suggest an alteration of heat” ( Henry David Thoreau).
To suggest or demonstrate the requirement, expedience, or advisability of: The symptoms suggest immediate surgery.
To state or show briefly: suggested their wishes in a letter; suggesting her approval with a nod.
To point out; to uncover; to direct to a knowledge of; to exhibit; in order to make known.
to demonstrate or manifest by signs; to point to whilst the appropriate remedies. Opposite of
contraindicate. to research the problem or power of, since steam engine, in the shape of an indicator.
to indicate; to discover; to direct to a knowledge of; to show; to produce understood.
showing or manifest by signs; to point to because the correct remedies
To signal in a car the desire to turn correct or left
this sense?) To research the condition or power of, since steam-engine, in the form of an indication.
be an indication for or a symptom of
to convey or show briefly
recommend the need of an intervention; in medicine
indicate somewhere, direction, individual, or thing; either spatially or figuratively
To point out; program; suggest, as by an outline or a term, etc.: as, the length of a shadow indicates enough time of time; to point a photo by a sketch.
particularly, to offer an indicator of; serve as grounds or floor for inferring, expecting, utilizing, etc.; in addition, simply suggest; hint: as, a falling barometer suggests rain or high wind; specific symptoms suggest specific treatments within the treatment of disease.