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indicator ['ɪndɪkeɪtə] n
gen. indicatore m; freccia f; tabellone m
agric. pianta indicatrice
agric., food.ind. rivelatore m
antenn. pentodo amplificatore b.f. e indicatore di sintonia
chem. reagente da nebulizzare
earth.sc., tech. indicatore di radiazione
el. dispositivo indicatore
life.sc. tracce m; indicatori m; indicatori di evento
med. indice f (digitus secundus manus, index); dito indice (digitus secundus manus, index); dito secondo della mano (digitus secundus manus, index)
stat. indice f
transp., el. indicatore ottico; segnalatore ottico
indicators n
econ. indicatori m
patents. avvisatori m
transp. sistemazione dei cartelli indicatori; sistemazione dei cartelli indicatori di stazione
radiation indicator ['ɪndɪkeɪtə] n
radiol. segnalatore di radiazioni
indicators electricity n
gen. indicatori elettricità
indicator Something that provides an indication especially of trends ['ɪndɪkeɪtə] n
environ. indicatore m
 English thesaurus
indicator ['ɪndɪkeɪtə] abbr.
abbr., agric. indie
auto. indicator light
mil., abbr. id; ind; indr
mil., logist. In intelligence matters, a raw intelligence item showing the intention or the capability of a potential enemy of following or not a course of action. 2. Synthetic representation of an item of information, generally making a comparison between the accomplishment and an objective, between a situation and a standard or the threshold. There are various types of indicators: 1. performance indicator of: synthetic representation of an item of information which gives a report on the results of the activity, 2. effectiveness indicator: report that an action is successful, when it produced the expected effect, 3. efficiency indicator: capacity to reached the fixed objectives through the optimisation of the assets used to reach them. (FRA)
tech., abbr. indctr; indic
USA In intelligence usage, an item of information which reflects the intention or capability of an adversary to adopt or reject a course of action (JP 2-0); In operations security usage, data derived from friendly detectable actions and open-source information that an adversary can interpret and piece together to reach conclusions or estimates of friendly intentions, capabilities, or activities (JP 3-13.3)
indicator A set of graphics, text, and colors for defining different levels of performance when comparing an actual value and a target value within a KPI ['ɪndɪkeɪtə] abbr.
abbr., comp., MS ఇండికేటర్
indicator
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