Translation of denote in Spanish:


denotar, v.

Pronunciation /dəˈnoʊt/ /dɪˈnəʊt/

See Spanish definition of denotar

transitive verb

  • 1 formal

    denotar formal
    • Next, each species or cultivar has a list of nurseries that sell it, with symbols denoting new entries, synonyms, awards of merit, variegation and so on.
    • For the second quarter in a row, the company has had an ‘e’ placed after its trading symbol, denoting a late filing of accounts.
    • In Courchevel, pay attention to the numbers after the name (which denote the height in metres).
    • X and Y aren't a formula; they're a pair of mathematical symbols used to denote an unknown quantity.
    • Each month had a name, denoting some natural feature or event.
    • The semantic job of sentences is to say something, which is not to be confused with naming or denoting some thing.
    • The menus have helpful symbols denoting hotness, low fat and vegetarian options.
    • Different stability regions are denoted by different symbols.
    • Sigma is the Greek symbol used to denote deviations from the mean.
    • The main drawback of the Linnean system is that groups must be named with suffixes that denote their rank in this hierarchy.
    • Now of course this comment is based on knowledge of our own decimal system which is a positional system with nine special symbols and a zero symbol to denote an empty place.
    • To avoid any misunderstandings, I will use the term symbol to denote elements of the set.
    • The names of the strains denote the place where the virus originated or was first isolated.
    • These included the circle, half-circle and various symbols denoting rain, animal footprints, clouds and travelling signs.
    • Plenty Coups, who did not write English, kept accounts on pieces of cardboard with drawings denoting customers' names and marks indicating the money they owed.
    • They used a decimal system and had symbols denoting, for example, 1, 10, and 100 cubits, and they had developed methods for multiplying and dividing.
    • Species are denoted by Greek letters and genes are denoted by numbers.
    • Bewildered, she attempted to fight her way across the hall to another large staircase, pulling out her schedule from a back jeans pocket and looking desperately around for signs denoting the halls.
    • Dark blue indicates deep ocean basins, while light blue denotes shallow seas of the continental shelf.
    • Question marks denote instances where digit identity could not be assigned with certainty.
    • Kildare County Council has agreed to erect signs denoting the twinning of Kildare with French town Corps Nuds.
    • The council has carried out risk assessments on all restricted areas and has reopened nearly three-quarters of the pathways - identified by a pink sign denoting a right of way.
    • It is signed P O'Neill denoting official sanction.
    • After materials had been returned, each participant was thanked and his or her credit slip was signed denoting participation.
    • Removing one's footwear before entering a home or a temple before worship denotes a sign of respect, humility and submissiveness.
    • The dotted line with a question mark denotes the suggestion of Ahlrichs that Acanthocephala and Seisonida are sister groups.
    • This is a beautiful metaphor that denotes visions of purity and unblemished perfection.
    • That's how bad it is - I've had to resort to multiple exclamation marks to denote sarcasm.
    • The shaven head denotes purity and egolessness and is said to mitigate past life karma.
    • Four pieces of missing homework did not, in Josh's opinion, denote a letter home, and all the hassle that entailed.
    • We have two ‘No Entry’ signs denoting that the road in question is now closed to vehicular traffic and a few paces away we have a gleaming new 50 km sign.
    • These vases were called eheia, denoting their reverberative qualities.
    • A high score on these indicators denotes more emotional support.
    • A globular point means safety, a conch shape represents fame, a bright yellow flame indicated no obstacles, a lotus and jewel like flame denotes wealth.
    • I think a lot of people who are drawn to witchcraft sometimes will get a tattoo, or mark themselves in some way to denote a rite of passage or an experience.
    • Their name was chosen to denote the feeling of being outcasts in society in terms of being musicians not geared towards a mainstream audience.
    • The museum also houses the musical pillars, which, as the name denotes, produce a different sound when struck.
    • Many of the hotels have German names denoting that the owners are Swiss of German origin.
    • Restructuring denotes the reorientation of firms into more efficient units, gaining competitiveness and fuelling growth.
    • Conversely the lighting of a candle may be symbolically significant if it denotes bringing of light, that is, relief from suffering or enlightenment.
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