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名词索引; 指数; 指示; 标志
及物动词给…编索引; 把…编入索引; [经济学]按生活指数调整（工资、价格等）
1. All persons and places mentioned are carefully indexed.
2. All persons mentioned are carefully indexed.
3. Wrinkles index advancing age.
1. A person's face is often an index of his mood.
2. The index is arranged in alphabetical order.
1. 首页：1、首页(index)没有,或者路径出现问题. 劝你还是购买正式的动态空间为好,我司有60M=80元/年(ASP)
index词典解释The usual plural is indexes, but the form indices can be used for meaning 1. 复数通常为 indexes,但 indices 可以作为义项1的复数形式。
An index is a system by which changes in the value of something and the rate at which it changes can be recorded, measured, or interpreted.
e.g. ...the UK retail price index.
e.g. ...economic indices.
An index is an alphabetical list that is printed at the back of a book and tells you on which pages important topics are referred to.
e.g. Curiously, the word 'gay' does not occur in the index...
e.g. There's even a special subject index.
If you index a book or a collection of information, you make an alphabetical list of the items in it.
e.g. This vast archive has been indexed and made accessible to researchers...
e.g. Painters and sculptors are indexed separately...
If a quantity or value is indexed to another, a system is arranged so that it increases or decreases whenever the other one increases or decreases.
e.g. Minimum pensions and wages are to be indexed to inflation.
If one thing is an index of another, it indicates what the other thing will be like.
e.g. Weeds are an index to the character of the soil.
In mathematics, indices are the little numbers that show how many times you must multiply a number by itself. In the equation 32 = 9, the number 2 is an index.
7. see also: card index
1. the finger next to the thumb
Synonym: index fingerforefinger
2. an alphabetical listing of names and topics along with page numbers where they are discussed
3. a number or ratio (a value on a scale of measurement) derived from a series of observed facts
can reveal relative changes as a function of time
Synonym: index numberindicantindicator
4. a mathematical notation indicating the number of times a quantity is multiplied by itself
5. a numerical scale used to compare variables with one another or with some reference number
1. adjust through indexation
e.g. The government indexes wages and prices
2. provide with an index
e.g. index the book
3. list in an index