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noun [countable/uncountable] British English pronunciation: indication /ˌɪndɪˈkeɪʃ(ə)n/ 
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pluralindications
  1. a sign that something will happen, is true, or exists
    indication of:

    The size of the crowd is a clear indication of the strength of public feeling.

    give an indication:

    Can you give an indication of how quickly you could respond in an emergency?

    indication that:

    The indications are that the economy has become more efficient and successful.

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