pinagkakilanlan, nagpapakilala, nagpapahiwatig, tanda, palatandaan, paturol, indikatibo
Noun(1) a mood (grammatically unmarked
Adjective(1) relating to the mood of verbs that is used simple in declarative statements(2) (usually followed by `of'
(1) Is ├ö├ç├┐preserve├ö├ç├û in a poem being discussed an indicative or subjunctive?(2) It's the first person plural present indicative of the verb ignoro, and it means ├ö├ç├┐we do not know├ö├ç├û or ├ö├ç├┐we take no notice of├ö├ç├û.(3) Moreover, the shift in grammatical mood from subjunctive to indicative underscores how plausible this vision is.(4) Thinking about it, it is perhaps time for a general shake-up of road names and signs in this area to make them more indicative of their use.(5) Nothing could be more indicative of how the game has changed.(6) The conditional was, in like manner, the infinitive plus a shortened form of the past descriptive indicative of haber.(7) These have also been coded as zero to denote missing data, though strictly speaking their failure to reply is more indicative of the question not being applicable to them.(8) Please look at the indicative criteria carefully before deciding which procedure to choose.(9) One possible approach is to say that a proposition is what is expressed in a complete indicative sentence.(10) It is quite indicative of the impact of this particular sport on film that the most prominent titles of both worlds of boxing movies have won Oscars for best picture.(11) You understand that if your application is indicatively approved, this approval is not a loan offer but indicative approval only.(12) He wants to move the claim from the conditional to the indicative mood, as the grammarians would say.(13) Popular culture is much more indicative of what people do than what they say they do.(14) Now, in the non-standard dialects that have it, this is an indicative past tense.(15) How stupid, how sappy, how very indicative of my age and immaturity.(16) Watching Paul glance over several times at Dan's guitar with a half smile was very indicative of how much Dan can blow everyone away while performing.
(1) present indicative :: kasalukuyan nagpapahiwatig
(2) indicative mood :: panaganong paturol
(3) indicative of :: nagpapakilala ng
1. symptomatic ::
2. expressive ::
3. suggestive ::
nagpapahiwatig ng kahalayan
4. representative ::
5. emblematic ::
6. symbolic ::
7. typical ::
8. characteristic ::
9. indicative mood ::
10. declarative ::
indicative, indicatively, indicatives
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