- 1 c 1.1 (pointer) indicador (m)More example sentences1.2 (instrument) indicador (m)
- Surely something as simple as an electronic speed indicator, coupled with a 30 mph zone sign, would have effectively targeted the worst offenders.
- The ship's speed indicator jumped forward, as did the ship, leaving the dimmer-witted fighters behind.
- My last recollection was noting 120 mp/h on the air speed indicator, then I ploughed into trees.
- 2 c [Auto] intermitente (m), direccional (f) (Col, Méx) , señalizador (m) (de viraje) (Chi)More example sentences
- Conventional car lighting has a number of elements - headlamps, indicators, brake lights - in set positions.
- Clumsy indicator / fog lights upset the purposeful, shark-like nose and bling-bling chrome filler cap allied with red brake callipers also look out of place.
- Flashing direction indicators for motor vehicles, which will be legal in this country from Friday, were pioneered in Bradford, where they were fitted to some trolley-buses over a year ago.
- 3 c (sign) indicador (m) leading economic indicators los indicadores económicos básicosMore example sentences
- The results suggest that the frequency of publication of financial statements may be an indicator of economic performance.
- Furthermore, the jump in oil prices is reflected in the trade deficit - an indicator of the unsatisfactory level of competitiveness of the Bulgarian economy.
- The most reliable scale is the Global Severity Index, an indicator of general stress level.
- 4 c u [Chem] indicador (m)More example sentences
- The color change in acid-base indicators is due to a chemical reaction between the indicator and the hydronium ions in the solution.
- This absence of correlation should warn against using CO temperature coefficients of chemical shifts as indicators of a hydrogen bond acceptor.
- Trace elements and oxygen isotopes are useful geochemical indicators of the chemistry of the waters from which the chert precipitated.
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Each of the 55 different administrative areas into which Spain is divided is called a provincia. Each provincia includes a main city or town, sometimes more, depending on its social and economic power. The provincial capital usually has the same name as the province.