What is another word for denotes?
[ dɪnˈə͡ʊts], [ dɪnˈəʊts], [ d_ɪ_n_ˈəʊ_t_s]
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Synonyms for Denotes:
v.• indicates (verb)
- points out,
Other synonyms:• Other relevant words (noun):
- point out,
How to use "Denotes" in context?
Denotes typically means "indicates or implies a relationship or connection" and is used in a variety of contexts. For example, in mathematics, denoted means " enclosed by parentheses ". In linguistics, denotation refers to the meaning of a word or phrase. In translation, denotation may also refer to the meaning of a word in one language when rendered into another. In philosophy, denotation is the meaning of a word or concept, whileconnotation is the associated emotional meaning.
Paraphrases for Denotes:
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Proper noun, singular
- Proper noun, singular
- Noun, plural
stands, Voices, expresses, states, signals, accounts, lists, reports, tells, designates, flags, points, indications, signs, amounts, represents, displays, identifies, signifies, pinpoints.
Verb, 3rd person singular present
attest, clarified, coincide, correspond, corresponding, designate, falls, frames, indicator, marks, parallel, plasma, reference, singles, stands, Entailed, Focuses, Gives, Indicating, Manifests, Tallies, Comes, Specifying, Addresses, Affects, Recalls, Tracks, betrays, dismisses, relegates, captures, occupies, serves, maintains, enumerates, subtracts, outlines, remits, reads, understands, relates, meets, affirms, agrees, concurs, conforms, stipulates, emphasizes, stresses, underlines, accords, deals, acknowledges, asserts, attests, certifies, contends, declares, expresses, proclaims, states, submits, testifies, verifies, warrants, confirms, concludes, complies, defers, fulfills, observes, enters, adds, celebrates, commemorates, enjoys, accommodates, comprises, includes, necessitates, coincides, arrives, returns, embraces, signals, accounts, totals, clarifies, explains, calculates, determines, infers, notes, lists, summarizes, reports, portrays, tells, assigns, cites, sets, raises, suits, alleges, implicates, responds, possesses, concerns, appears, evokes, generates, makes, characterizes, presents, converts, brings, conveys, demonstrates, establishes, exemplifies, illustrates, proves, solidifies, finds, classifies, directs, governs, advises, cautions, informs, instructs, notifies, prompts, suggests, warns, chooses, elects, selects, contributes, offers, quotes, renders, communicates, discloses, reveals, spells, covers, poses, shows, overlaps, correlates, pertains, designates, anticipates, labels, points, symbolizes, removes, aligns, satisfies, parallels, compares, matches, allocates, amounts, delivers, sends, qualifies, alludes, implies, mentions, references, represents, incorporates, contemplates, argues, introduces, presupposes, mirrors, resembles, depicts, evidences, features, displays, embodies, nominates, discusses, fits, constitutes, articulates, speaks, asks, traces, says, underpins, equals, looks, sees, consumes, predicts, dictates, puts, encompasses, surrounds, identifies, delineates, reproduces, involves, writes, recognizes, signifies, distinguishes, pinpoints, resonates, permeates, remembers, REPS, demotes, epitomizes, equates, reminds, typifies, invokes, highlights, encapsulates, remands, conjures, showcases, entails, underscores, adverts, affords, consists, imposes, prescribes, seems, is, fulfils, emphasises, symbolises, characterises, summarises.
- Noun, plural
Homophones for Denotes:
- Detainment, dainty, denude, domed, de-iodinate, dented, dead end, donated, deaminate, denuded, dent, donut, deadened, dint, damned, dead hand, diamonte, diodontidae, dimwit, detent, done with, diatomite, dominant, dominion day, daunt, dead-end, dimmed, diamond, dimity, denudate, danaidae, demantoid, dimout, diomedeidae, downwind, denouement, day in day out, dandy, demand, detonate, dine out, dominated, dinette, dementia, dominate, donate, dynamite, demented, de-ionate, dante, dmd, dim-witted, demode, demote, demimonde, diminuendo, down-and-out, denominate, dentate, diamante, detente, daunted, danaid, day in and day out, doomed.
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