indicate terms of delivery
They express disagreement by shaking their heads, which may indicate agreement in other countries.
Indicate by holding up the appropriate number of fingers!
Nice person, that's the word girls used to call men to indicate that they aren't possible objects of romantic interest.
Please indicate which free gift you would like to receive. humorous I'm so hot and tired - I think a long cool drink is indicated!
Take care to indicate the right object before sending me your email, otherwise it will end up in the spam folder.
The woman next to him looked at the area indicated
They may read wrong or try to do more than indicated. She indicated a group of young men near one building. He indicated a door at the end of the room.
The article claims that an increase in crime indicates a decline in moral standards. A red sky at night often indicates fine weather the next day.
Etiquette is the set of rules which indicate what behaviour in a society is acceptable and what is not
Dad’s look of surprise indicated that he had had no idea about the birthday party we had prepared for him.
Definition if you indicate while you are driving, you use the flashing lights on your car to tell other drivers that you are going to move to the right or to the left
Little now; be very much when cook,' spreading out her hands as if to indicate that the pint would swell to a gallon.
wskazywać [+ (that)] Recent evidence indicates that the skeleton is about 3 million years old. Her test results indicated that she needs to lose weight. (Jej wyniki badań wskazywały, że musi schudnąć.)
It would be appreciated if you also went to the website to post a comment on that sentence, to indicate it doesn't sound natural and should be improved.
English word "wskazywać"(indicate) occurs in sets:Evaluating the performance of the boardOxford Unit 12 Nauka i TechnikaRape in Polish schools / Breast cancerLanguage review & skills round-up 5-6Matura Masters Intermediate unit 5
2. point out
When we want to tell somebody something or inform them of something, usually something we think they don’t know we will use point out. I want to point out that I have also been on time every day without exception.
I would like to point out how important she is to us.
as pointed out in / to point out a mistake
She tried in vain to point out to him the unfairness of his actions.
I feel I should point out how dangerous it is.
I am therefore entitled to point out the weaknesses.
That is why I would like to point out that the single market is now in danger.
Particulary, this procedure describes alogical model to point out activities and...
Particulary, this procedure describes a logical model to point out activities
I would like to point out a couple of areas that were particularly important to us.
He was always very keen to point out my mistakes.
I need to point out voices carry.
I would like to point out how important... /point out couple of areas...
Opponents of censorship point out that television programmes are already regulated.
English word "wskazywać"(point out) occurs in sets:Technical English 4 unit 3 (part 1)Intelligent Business Intermediate Coursebook unit 2Formal & Informal vocabularyJAKĄ FUNKCJE PEŁNI PRZYDAWFA?ANIA - 2016.11.12
What's your point?
After a certain point, everything became a little more difficult.
I wish I could care more about my grades but it seems that, at a certain point of my life, I decided they wouldn't be so important anymore.
To get back to my original point, yesterday I sent the report off to Tokyo.
There is a fine line between speech that is terse and to the point and speech that is too abrupt.
The first point that requires clarification is that the design was purely experimental.
The point of true mutual understanding has not yet been reached between Japan and China.
He whittled the stick to a sharp point with his hunting knife.
May I ask a few more questions about that point? It's a little obscure.
Can you point me in the right direction?
Up to this point I have presented an overview of the growth of political unrest in the period.
Dr. Thatcher diagnosed her patient with generalized anxiety disorder because his symptoms didn't point to other diagnoses.
I should point out that it is necessary to re-examine the validity of Emmet's theory.
In point of fact, she had nothing to do with the scandal.
My strong point is my philosophy - nothing ventured nothing gained.
English word "wskazywać"(point) occurs in sets:Enterprise 1 - Companion - Unit 11gestures, expressions, human voicesNew Exam Connections Unit 4-verbsUnit 7 Common changes in pregnancy
Are you implying that I am not loyal to this company? Because I am!
His silence seemed to imply agreement.
What does his silence imply?
What does "There is a tide" imply?
Are you implying that...?
But, that can imply good or bad!
Does "juice" in Japan imply juice in a can?
The more I study for an exam, the worse I do! I guess correlation does not imply causation.
He's been implying from the start that he knows who the thief is.
What are you implying?
This may or may not be an error, but it does not necessarily imply a systemic failing.
Socialism implies equality. Are you implying (that) I'm fat?
The police officer said that asking a few questions did not imply that a person was guilty of any offence.
His silence seemed to imply agreement. The survey implies (that) more people are moving house than was thought.
Many websites prohibit misleading usernames that imply an official role on the website such as "admin," "administrator," "webmaster," "system operator," "sysop," or "moderator."
English word "wskazywać"(imply) occurs in sets:CAE test 3 part 2