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Detailed Translations for pointer from English to Spanish

pointer:

pointer [the ~] noun

  1. the pointer (hand)
    la manecilla; la aguja; la indicación; la seña; el indicador
  2. the pointer (tip; hint; lead; )
    la sugerencia; la seña; la punta; la información; el gesto; la indicación; la señal
  3. the pointer (starting point; indication; lead; suggestion)
  4. the pointer
    – A graphical image displayed on the screen that indicates the location of a pointing device. 1
  5. the pointer
    – A needle, marker, or bar that indicates a single value displayed against a scale on a report. 1

Translation Matrix for pointer:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
aguja hand; pointer badge; bending; cleat; clothes pin; clothes-peg; flag; key; needle; peg; pin; plug; quoin; switch; tent peg; tent pin; track; wedge
gesto clue; cue; hint; lead; pointer; tip; tip-off gesture; grin; jibe; metal; smirk; sneer; tin
indicación clue; cue; hand; hint; lead; pointer; tip; tip-off assignment; clue; command; evidence; hint; indicating; indication; instruction; lead; omen; order; pointing out; showing; sign; symptom; tip
indicador hand; pointer criterion; flag; gauge; graduated scale; indicator; reagent; scorecard indicator; standard; test; touchstone
información clue; cue; hint; lead; pointer; tip; tip-off announcement; announcements; announcing; clarification; clearing; delegation of knowledge; enlightenment; enunciation; explanation; giving notice of; info; information; informing; message; notice; notification; objective reporting; piece of news; proclaiming; pronunciation; report; reportage; statement
manecilla hand; pointer hand
punta clue; cue; hint; lead; pointer; tip; tip-off course; crest; culmination; date; direction; far end; hilltop; moment; peak; point; summmit; terminus; tip; upper edge; upper side
punto de referencia indication; lead; pointer; starting point; suggestion
seña clue; cue; hand; hint; lead; pointer; tip; tip-off blink; gesture; sign; signal; wink
señal clue; cue; hint; lead; pointer; tip; tip-off character description; character profile; characterisation; characteristic; characterization; deposit; down payment; evidence; feature; gesture; identification mark; identifying mark; indication; mark; omen; quality; sign; signal; symptom
sugerencia clue; cue; hint; lead; pointer; tip; tip-off hint; tip
- Spanish pointer; arrow; cursor
Not SpecifiedRelated TranslationsOther Translations
puntero pointer

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Related Definitions for "pointer":

  1. a strong slender smooth-haired dog of Spanish origin having a white coat with brown or black patches; scents out and points to game2
  2. (computer science) indicator consisting of a movable spot of light (an icon) on a visual display; moving it allows the user to point to commands or screen positions2
  3. an indicator as on a dial2
  4. a mark to indicate a direction or relation2
  5. A graphical image displayed on the screen that indicates the location of a pointing device.1
  6. In programming and information processing, a variable that contains the memory location (address) of some data rather than the data itself.1
  7. A needle, marker, or bar that indicates a single value displayed against a scale on a report.1

Wiktionary Translations for pointer:

pointer
noun
  1. computer programming: variable that stores the address of another variable

Cross Translation:
FromToVia
pointer perro perdiguero; perro rastrero pointer — een staande jachthond
pointer puntero; apuntador PointerInformatik: Variable, die eine Speicheradresse enthält, also eine Referenz auf einen Wert
pointer braco braque — (term, zootechnie) Une des races de chien d’arrêt originaires du continent européen, à oreilles pendantes et le plus souvent à poil court, parfois à poil dur, excellent pour la chasse en plaine.
pointer apuntador pointeur — Artilleur qui pointe le canon
pointer puntero; apuntador pointeur — Informatique : variable
pointer cursor pointeur — Pointeur de souris

pointer form of point:

to point verb (points, pointed, pointing)

  1. to point (point out; draw attention to; indicate; signal; show)
  2. to point
    aguzar; afilar
  3. to point (pinpoint; indicate; point out; )
  4. to point (indicate; show)
  5. to point
    – To move a pointer (for example, an arrow) to a particular position on the screen, by using a pointing device such as a mouse or pen. 1

Conjugations for point:

present
  1. point
  2. point
  3. points
  4. point
  5. point
  6. point
simple past
  1. pointed
  2. pointed
  3. pointed
  4. pointed
  5. pointed
  6. pointed
present perfect
  1. have pointed
  2. have pointed
  3. has pointed
  4. have pointed
  5. have pointed
  6. have pointed
past continuous
  1. was pointing
  2. were pointing
  3. was pointing
  4. were pointing
  5. were pointing
  6. were pointing
future
  1. shall point
  2. will point
  3. will point
  4. shall point
  5. will point
  6. will point
continuous present
  1. am pointing
  2. are pointing
  3. is pointing
  4. are pointing
  5. are pointing
  6. are pointing
subjunctive
  1. be pointed
  2. be pointed
  3. be pointed
  4. be pointed
  5. be pointed
  6. be pointed
diverse
  1. point!
  2. let's point!
  3. pointed
  4. pointing
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

point [the ~] noun

  1. the point
    la clave
  2. the point (peak; tip)
    – a V shape 2
    la punta
  3. the point (dot)
    – a very small circular shape 2
    el punto
  4. the point
    – A unit of measure referring to the height of a printed character. A point equals 1/72 of an inch, or approximately 1/28 of a centimeter. 1
    el punto
  5. the point (p)
    – A value that is used in Microsoft Points to enable efficient micropayments and prepaid purchase for cash based consumers (including kids/teens, as well as emerging and developing markets) and provide a mechanism to directly reward loyal customers. 1

Translation Matrix for point:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
afilar grinding; polishing
clave point cipher; code; cypher; monkey-wrench; piano; spanner; wrench
punta peak; point; tip clue; course; crest; cue; culmination; date; direction; far end; hilltop; hint; lead; moment; pointer; summmit; terminus; tip; tip-off; upper edge; upper side
punto dot; point date; location; moment; place; stitch; suture
- breaker point; compass point; decimal point; degree; detail; distributor point; full point; full stop; gunpoint; head; item; level; percentage point; period; point in time; pointedness; power point; spot; stage; stop
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
advertir draw attention to; indicate; point; point out; show; signal brief; call attention to; feel; indicate; inform; instil; instill; make known; notice; notify; observe; perceive; point out; see; send word; sense; signal; tell; tip off
afilar point connect; encourage; grind; grind off; light; motivate; put on; sharpen; start; stimulate; strop; switch on; turn on; whet
aguzar point
apuntar point aim; aim at; book; chirp; enter into; inscribe; list; mark; note; note down; prompt; put in writing; record; register; tell; tick off; whisper; write down
asignar indicate; point; show allocate; assign; get undone; map; pull out; unpick; untie
dar informes draw attention to; indicate; point; point out; show; signal call attention to; indicate; inform; instil; instill; make known; notify; point out; report; send word; tell
hacer referencia draw attention to; indicate; point; point out; show; signal address; direct; refer to
indicar indicate; point; show enlist; enrol; enroll; explain; imply; indicate; point to; prompt; register; signify; stand for; subscribe; suggest; tell; whisper
informar draw attention to; indicate; point; point out; show; signal announce; call attention to; indicate; inform; instil; instill; make known; notify; point out; report; send word; state; tell
informar acerca de draw attention to; indicate; point; point out; show; signal inform; make known; notify; send word
llamar la atención sobre draw attention to; indicate; point; point out; show; signal
localizar un sitio para bombardear define; indicate; pinpoint; point; point out; point to; show
mostrar indicate; point; show arise; bring out; declare; decloak; display; exhibit; express; flaunt; offer; prance; present; produce; realise; realize; show; show off; substantiate; take out; uncloak
señalar indicate; point; show admonish; assent; authenticate; become aware of; behold; blame; castigate; certify; confirm; decry; denounce; emphasise; emphasize; exhort; make a signal; notice; observe; perceive; ratify; rebuke; reprimand; reprove; scarify; see; see in; signal; underline; uphold; warn
- aim; bespeak; betoken; charge; designate; direct; indicate; level; luff; orient; place; repoint; sharpen; show; signal; taper; target
Not SpecifiedRelated TranslationsOther Translations
clave key
punto p; point
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- corner; points; sharpen

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Synonyms for "point":


Antonyms for "point":

  • unpointedness

Related Definitions for "point":

  1. a contact in the distributor; as the rotor turns its projecting arm contacts them and current flows to the spark plugs2
  2. sharp end2
    • he stuck the point of the knife into a tree2
    • he broke the point of his pencil2
  3. a wall socket2
  4. the gun muzzle's direction2
    • he held me up at the point of a gun2
  5. an outstanding characteristic2
    • his acting was one of the high points of the movie2
  6. a distinguishing or individuating characteristic2
    • he knows my bad points as well as my good points2
  7. the property of a shape that tapers to a sharp tip2
  8. an isolated fact that is considered separately from the whole2
    • a point of information2
  9. a geometric element that has position but no extension2
    • a point is defined by its coordinates2
  10. the object of an activity2
    • what is the point of discussing it?2
  11. a distinct part that can be specified separately in a group of things that could be enumerated on a list2
    • the main point on the agenda was taken up first2
  12. a brief version of the essential meaning of something2
    • get to the point2
    • he missed the point of the joke2
    • life has lost its point2
  13. the dot at the left of a decimal fraction2
  14. a V-shaped mark at one end of an arrow pointer2
    • the point of the arrow was due north2
  15. a punctuation mark (.) placed at the end of a declarative sentence to indicate a full stop or after abbreviations2
  16. the precise location of something; a spatially limited location2
    • she walked to a point where she could survey the whole street2
  17. a promontory extending out into a large body of water2
    • they sailed south around the point2
  18. one percent of the total principal of a loan; it is paid at the time the loan is made and is independent of the interest on the loan2
  19. the unit of counting in scoring a game or contest2
    • he scored 20 points in the first half2
    • a touchdown counts 6 points2
  20. a linear unit used to measure the size of type; approximately 1/72 inch2
  21. a style in speech or writing that arrests attention and has a penetrating or convincing quality or effect2
  22. any of 32 horizontal directions indicated on the card of a compass2
    • he checked the point on his compass2
  23. a V shape2
    • the cannibal's teeth were filed to sharp points2
  24. a very small circular shape2
    • a row of points2
  25. a specific identifiable position in a continuum or series or especially in a process2
  26. an instant of time2
    • at that point I had to leave2
  27. repair the joints of bricks2
    • point a chimney2
  28. give a point to2
  29. be a signal for or a symptom of2
    • Her behavior points to a severe neurosis2
  30. indicate a place, direction, person, or thing; either spatially or figuratively2
    • He pointed to the empty parking space2
  31. indicate the presence of (game) by standing and pointing with the muzzle2
    • the dog pointed the dead duck2
  32. intend (something) to move towards a certain goal2
  33. direct into a position for use2
    • point a gun2
  34. be positionable in a specified manner2
    • The gun points with ease2
  35. mark (a psalm text) to indicate the points at which the music changes2
  36. mark with diacritics2
    • point the letter2
  37. mark (Hebrew words) with diacritics2
  38. sail close to the wind2
  39. be oriented2
    • The weather vane points North2
    • the dancers toes pointed outward2
  40. To move a pointer (for example, an arrow) to a particular position on the screen, by using a pointing device such as a mouse or pen.1
  41. A unit of measure referring to the height of a printed character. A point equals 1/72 of an inch, or approximately 1/28 of a centimeter.1
  42. A value that is used in Microsoft Points to enable efficient micropayments and prepaid purchase for cash based consumers (including kids/teens, as well as emerging and developing markets) and provide a mechanism to directly reward loyal customers.1

Wiktionary Translations for point:

point
noun
  1. location or place
  2. geometry: zero-dimensional object
  3. full stop
  4. unit of scoring in a game or competition
  5. arithmetic: decimal point (note: many languages use a comma (',') rather than a dot as a decimal point, and hence the translations into these languages reflect this.)
  6. sharp tip
verb
  1. to extend finger

Cross Translation:
FromToVia
point emporar; mampostear voegen — afwerken van metselwerk
point punto punt — een positie in de ruimte
point punto punt — een spits toelopend uiteinde
point punta; extremo; cima neus — het voorste deel van een voorwerp
point indicar; mostrar; enseñar wijzen — (inergatief) met de (wijs)vinger, hand of arm in een richting duiden
point interpretar deuten — auf etwas hinweisen, zeigen
point señalar weisen — auf etwas zeigen
point mostrar; apuntar; demostrar; presentar zeigendi(transitiv): jemanden etwas sehen lassen
point final; punta; extremo; cima; vértice; término; conclusión boutpartie extrême d’une chose.
point punta; extremo; cima; vértice; culminación cime — La partie la plus haute d’une montagne, d’un rocher, d’un arbre, etc.
point mostrar; indicar; señalar; enseñar montrerfaire voir ; exposer aux regards.
point punto; tanto point — couture|fr action de piquer dans un tissu avec une aiguille enfiler ou résultat de cette action, piqûre.
point punta; extremo; cima; vértice pointeextrémité piquante et aiguë de quelque chose que ce être.
point pregunta; cuestión questioninterrogation, demande que l’on faire pour s’informer de quelque chose.



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