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  • index — n. alphabetical list 1) to compile, do, make an index 2) an author; cumulative; subject index 3) an index to (an index to a book) indicator 4) a consumer price, cost of living; price index 5) an index to (an index to economic progress) ratio of… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • index — [[t]ɪ̱ndeks[/t]] ♦♦♦ indices, indexes, indexing, indexed (The usual plural is indexes, but the form indices can be used for meanings 1, 5, and 6.) 1) N COUNT: with supp An index is a system by which changes in the value of something and the rate… …   English dictionary

  • index — [in′deks΄] n. pl. indexes or indices [in′di sēz΄] [L, informer, that which points out < indicare, INDICATE] 1. short for INDEX FINGER 2. a pointer or indicator, as the needle on a dial 3. a thing that points out; indication; sign;… …   English World dictionary

  • Index (publishing) — For other uses of Index , see Index (disambiguation). An index (plural: indexes) is a list of words or phrases ( headings ) and associated pointers ( locators ) to where useful material relating to that heading can be found in a document. In a… …   Wikipedia

  • index — I UK [ˈɪndeks] / US [ˈɪnˌdeks] noun [countable] Word forms index : singular index plural indexes or indices UK [ˈɪndɪsiːz] / US [ˈɪndɪˌsɪz] *** 1) an alphabetical list of something such as subjects or names at the back of a book, that shows on… …   English dictionary

  • index — in|dex1 W3 [ˈındeks] n [Date: 1500 1600; : Latin; Origin: first finger, guide , from indicare; INDICATE] 1.) plural indexes an alphabetical list of names, subjects etc at the back of a book, with the numbers of the pages where they can be found 2 …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • index — in|dex1 [ ın,deks ] (plural in|dex|es or in|di|ces [ ındı,siz ] ) noun count *** 1. ) an alphabetical list of something such as subjects or names at the back of a book, that shows on which page they are mentioned: Look up the term you want in the …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • index — noun 1 list of names/topics ADJECTIVE ▪ complete, comprehensive ▪ detailed ▪ general ▪ alphabetical ▪ card ( …   Collocations dictionary

  • index — I. noun (plural indexes or indices) Etymology: Latin indic , index, from indicare to indicate Date: 1561 1. a. a device (as the pointer on a scale or the gnomon of a sundial) that serves to indicate a value or quantity b. something (as a physical …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • index — 1. [NA] SYN: i. finger. 2. A guide, standard, indicator, symbol, or number denoting the relation in respect to size, capacity, or function, of one part or thing to another. SEE ALSO: quotient, r …   Medical dictionary

  • index — Titles or subjects with lines thereunder in brief form suggestive of subject matter, all in alphabetical order, and so prepared and arranged as to point out the page, or volume and page in case of a multi volume work, where the discussion of a… …   Ballentine's law dictionary

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