indication definition

  • noun:
    • The work of indicating.
    • Something that serves to point; a sign.
    • One thing indicated as essential or expedient: Bed rest is usually the sign for flu instances.
    • their education suggested by a measuring tool.
    • Act of pointing out or suggesting.
    • That which acts to indicate or mention; mark; token; indication; symptom; evidence.
    • Discovery made; information.
    • Explanation; show. Francis Bacon.
    • Any symptom or event in a disease, which serves to direct to suitable cures.
    • An declared approximation for the price where a traded protection will probably start trading.
    • Act of pointing aside or indicating.
    • what acts to point or explain; level; token; sign; symptom; research.
    • Discovery made; information.
    • Explanation; show.
    • Any symptom or event in a disease, which acts to direct to suitable remedies. Opposite of contraindication.
    • The work of indicating or pointing out; a showing; exhibition; manifestation; prognostication.
    • what acts to point or explain; intimation; information; mark; token; indication; symptom.
    • (medication) reasons to recommend a drug or do an operation
    • the work of showing or pointing out by name
    • something that acts to indicate or advise
    • some thing (as a program of activity) which indicated as expedient or required
    • a datum about some real suggest that is provided to a person by a meter or comparable instrument

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