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index /ˈɪndeks/ noun [countable]
index verb [transitive, usually passive]

Irregular Forms: (pl) indices

زیرنویس ، زیرنویسی ، فهرست اعلام ، اندکس ، نما (در ریاضی) ، خط شاخص ، شاخص (در امار)
(n.) راهنما (مثلا در جدول و پرونده) ، شاخص ، (درکتاب) جاانگشتی ، نمایه ، راهنمای موضوعات ، فهرست راهنما
(vt.& vi.) دارای فهرست کردن ، بفهرست دراوردن ، نشان دادن ، بصورت الفبایی (چیزی را) مرتب کر دن ، کامپیوتر: فهرست نمودن ، عمران: شاخص ، معماری: نما ، شیمی: شاخص ، روانشناسی: نمایه ، زیست شناسی: شاخص ، بازرگانی: شاخص ، ورزش: اندیس ، علوم هوایی: اندیس ، علوم نظامی: نمودار انگشت سبابه
مهندسی صنایع: راهنما ، شاخص ، مشخصه، ضریب الکترونیک: شاخص ، زیرنویس ، زیرنویسی ، فهرست ، فهرست اعلام ، اندکس ، فهرست نمودن ، کامپیوتر: شاخص ، زیست شناسی: شاخص ، شیمی: شاخص ، اندیس ، تربیت بدنی: شاخص ، تجارت خارجی: شاخص ، بازرگانی: اندیس ، هواپیمایی: فهرست ، نما ، در ریاضی ، : معماری: خط شاخص ، فهرست ، شاخص ، نمودار انگشت سبابه ، علوم نظامی: شاخص ، عمران: شاخص ، در امار : ، راهنما ، نمایه ، روانشناسی: شاخص ، اقتصاد :)n.(: راهنما(مثلا در جدول و پرونده)، شاخص ،( درکتاب )جاانگشتی ، نمایه ، نما، راهنمای موضوعات ، فهرست راهنما،:)vt.and vi.( دارای فهرست کردن ، بفهرست دراوردن ، نشان دادن ، بصورت الفبایی( چیزی را )مرتب کر دن کامپیوتر: شاخص کامپیوتر: شاخص ، فهرست زیست شناسی: شاخص

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

Synonyms: indication, evidence, indicia, mark, sign, significant, symptom, token
English Thesaurus: list, checklist, short list/shortlist, register, programme, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. index1 W2 AC /ˈɪndeks/ noun [countable]
[Date: 1500-1600; Language: 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. (plural indexes) a set of cards or a database containing information, usually arranged in alphabetical order and used especially in a library

3. (plural indices /ˈɪndəsiːz, ˈɪndɪsiːz/) a standard by which the level of something can be judged or measured
index of
The changing size of an infant’s head is considered an index of brain growth.

4. (plural indices /ˈɪndəsiːz, ˈɪndɪsiːz/ or indexes) technical a system by which prices, costs etc can be compared to those of a previous date

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. index2 AC verb [transitive, usually passive]

1. if documents, information etc are indexed, an index is made for them:
The reports are indexed by subject and location.

2. to arrange for the level of wages, pensions etc to increase or decrease according to the level of prices
index to British English:
demands that wages be indexed to the rise in prices
index for American English:
an amount indexed for inflation
—indexation /ˌɪndekˈseɪʃən/ noun [uncountable and countable]

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. list of names/topics in a book
ADJ. comprehensive, complete | detailed | general | alphabetical
VERB + INDEX appear in, be in Although the book was devoted to cancer, the word ‘cancer’ did not even appear in the index.
consult, look (sth up) in Why don't you look up her name in the index?
INDEX + VERB give sth, list sth The index only gives the main towns.
PREP. in a/the ~ Is there any reference to it in the index?
~ to It's a general index to the whole work.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

II. ordered record of books/files
ADJ. subject, title | card | computer, computerized
VERB + INDEX have, keep We keep a card index of all the titles on the shelves.
compile, create | consult, look (sth up) in, search Look up ‘The Waste Land’ in the index. Search the index to find the address of the data file.
PREP. in a/the ~ cards in a card index

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

III. system showing the level of sth; measure of sth
ADJ. good, reliable, sensitive | high | low | weighted | official | general a general index calculated from death and population information
world The world index fell 3.1%.
cost-of-living, market, retail price | futures, share, stock | Dow Jones, FT-SE 100, etc.
VERB + INDEX have Those who lived in the inner cities had a high index of deprivation.
use (sth as) The test results were used as an index of language proficiency.
compile, construct, create | calculate, compute The index was calculated with a computer.
publish The retail price index is published monthly.
drag, drive, push, take A wave of frenzied buying pushed the index up 136.2 points.
INDEX + VERB measure sth an index designed to measure monthly changes in the volume of industrial production
be based on sth an index based on incidents causing a loss of production
be linked to sth The increase in our standard rates will be linked to the retail price index.
cover sth an index covering some 1,700 companies
open | close, end The hundred shares index closed down 15 points.
PREP. in an/the ~ dividends on shares in the index
on an/the ~ people dealing in options on the FT-SE 100 index
PHRASES a drop/fall in an index a 28.2 point drop in the FT-SE 100 index
changes in an index, an increase in an index, as measured by an index Inflation, as measured by the retail price index, is expected to drop.
 ⇒ Note at PER CENT (for more verbs)

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

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