ETYM Old Eng. blase, AS. blaese, blase; akin to Old High Germ. blass whitish, German blass pale, Mid. High Germ. blas torch, Icel. blys torch; perh. from the same root as Eng. blast. Related to Blast, Blush, Blink.
1. A light-colored marking.
2. A strong flame that burns brightly; SYN. blazing.
ETYM Latin: cf. French indicateur.
A dial or light that displays information about the status of a device, such as a light connected to a disk drive that glows when the disk is being accessed.
In chemistry, a compound that changes its structure and color in response to its environment. The commonest chemical indicators detect changes in pH (for example, litmus), or in the oxidation state of a system (redox indicators).
1. A device for showing the operating condition of some system.
2. A signal for attracting attention.
An indicator can be defined as something that helps us to understand where we are, where we are going and how far we are from the goal.
pointer / pɔɪntər /
Množina reči pointer je pointers.
1. One that points out; especially; a rod used to direct attention
2. An indicator as on a dial.
3. One that furnishes with points
4. A useful suggestion or hint; tip