indicio


indicio
m.
1 sign (señal).
hay indicios de violencia there are signs of violence
2 indication, hint, clue, cue.
3 circumstantial evidence.
pres.indicat.
1st person singular (yo) present indicative of spanish verb: indiciar.
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indicio
nombre masculino
1 (señal) sign
2 (resto) trace
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noun m.
1) indication
2) evidence
3) trace
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SM
1) (=señal) [gen] indication, sign; [de gratitud] token; [de droga] trace; (Inform) marker, mark

es indicio de — it is an indication of, it is a sign of

no hay el menor indicio de él — there isn't the faintest sign of him, there isn't the least trace of him

dar indicios de sorpresa — to show some surprise

2) pl indicios (Jur) evidence sing , circumstantial evidence sing (de to)

indicios de culpabilidad — evidence of guilt

indicios de delito — evidence of a crime

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masculino
1)
a) (señal, huella) sign, indication

al menor indicio de peligro — at the slightest sign o indication of danger

b) (vestigio) trace, sign

indicios de potasio — traces of potassium

2) (Der) piece of circumstantial evidence
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= clue, cue, hint, indication, sign, straws in the wind, tell-tale indication, tell-tale sign, intimation, the writing on the wall, glimmer.
Ex. Certainly it will always be necessary to examine the document content, concentrating particularly on the clues offered by the title, the contents page, chapter headings, and any abstracts, introduction, prefaces or other preliminary matter.
Ex. The computer is programmed to recognise cues such as prepositions and punctuation.
Ex. Her first hint that all was not well was with the sudden appearance of Consuelo Feng, head of the cataloging division.
Ex. Clearly, the only totally adequate indication of the content of a document is the text of the document in its entirety.
Ex. The tell-tale signs that mark a KWOC index include in a KWOC index all of the words that appear as headings have been extracted from titles.
Ex. Recently, however, there have been a number of straws in the wind.
Ex. As Feng swept by with an almost inaudible 'Good morning, Jeanne' escaping from her lips, Leforte thought she detected the tell-tale indications of crying on her face -- the red, swollen eyes, the puffiness.
Ex. The tell-tale signs that mark a KWOC index include in a KWOC index all of the words that appear as headings have been extracted from titles.
Ex. These currents are better understood as intimations of postmodern populism.
Ex. To me the writing on the wall was pretty clear when we had this same discussion on this list last year and never received any reassurances from ISI.
Ex. The recent bookshop survey carried out to try to discover how book sales are being lost was the first real glimmer indicating a change of thought from the provider to the user.
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* dar indicios de = show + signs of.
* dar indicios y pistas = drop + hints and clues.
* existir indicios de = there + be + signs of.
* existir indicios de que = there + be + evidence that.
* indicios = stirrings.
* no existir muchos indicios de que = there + be + little sign of.
* no existir ningún indicio de que = there + be + no sign of.
* no haber indicios de que = there + be + no indication that.
* obtener indicios sobre = get + an indication of.
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masculino
1)
a) (señal, huella) sign, indication

al menor indicio de peligro — at the slightest sign o indication of danger

b) (vestigio) trace, sign

indicios de potasio — traces of potassium

2) (Der) piece of circumstantial evidence
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= clue, cue, hint, indication, sign, straws in the wind, tell-tale indication, tell-tale sign, intimation, the writing on the wall, glimmer.

Ex: Certainly it will always be necessary to examine the document content, concentrating particularly on the clues offered by the title, the contents page, chapter headings, and any abstracts, introduction, prefaces or other preliminary matter.

Ex: The computer is programmed to recognise cues such as prepositions and punctuation.
Ex: Her first hint that all was not well was with the sudden appearance of Consuelo Feng, head of the cataloging division.
Ex: Clearly, the only totally adequate indication of the content of a document is the text of the document in its entirety.
Ex: The tell-tale signs that mark a KWOC index include in a KWOC index all of the words that appear as headings have been extracted from titles.
Ex: Recently, however, there have been a number of straws in the wind.
Ex: As Feng swept by with an almost inaudible 'Good morning, Jeanne' escaping from her lips, Leforte thought she detected the tell-tale indications of crying on her face -- the red, swollen eyes, the puffiness.
Ex: The tell-tale signs that mark a KWOC index include in a KWOC index all of the words that appear as headings have been extracted from titles.
Ex: These currents are better understood as intimations of postmodern populism.
Ex: To me the writing on the wall was pretty clear when we had this same discussion on this list last year and never received any reassurances from ISI.
Ex: The recent bookshop survey carried out to try to discover how book sales are being lost was the first real glimmer indicating a change of thought from the provider to the user.
* dar indicios de = show + signs of.
* dar indicios y pistas = drop + hints and clues.
* existir indicios de = there + be + signs of.
* existir indicios de que = there + be + evidence that.
* indicios = stirrings.
* no existir muchos indicios de que = there + be + little sign of.
* no existir ningún indicio de que = there + be + no sign of.
* no haber indicios de que = there + be + no indication that.
* obtener indicios sobre = get + an indication of.

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indicio
masculine
A (señal, huella) sign, indication
al menor indicio de peligro at the slightest sign o indication o hint of danger
no hay indicios de vida en la zona there are no signs of life in the area
el análisis revela indicios de potasio the analysis shows traces of potassium
B (Der) piece of circumstantial evidence
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indicio sustantivo masculino
a) (señal, huella) sign, indication

b) (vestigio) trace, sign;

indicios de potasio traces of potassium

indicio sustantivo masculino
1 (señal) indication, sign, trace [de, of]
2 Jur (prueba) evidence sing: no encontraron indicios, they found no evidence
'indicio' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
pista
- señal
- síntoma
- manifestación
English:
clue
- evidence
- gauge
- hint
- indication
- inkling
- sign
- suggestion
- indicate
- indicative
- intimation
- trace
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indicio nm
1. [señal] sign;
[pista] clue;
hay indicios de violencia there are signs of violence;
la propuesta es un indicio de su voluntad de negociar the proposal is a sign of their willingness to negotiate
2. [cantidad pequeña] trace;
se encontraron indicios de veneno en su cuerpo traces of poison were found in her body
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indicio
m indication, sign; (vestigio) trace
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indicio nm
: indication, sign
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indicio n sign / indication

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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