Translation for 'suggestive of' from English to Russian
unverified наводя́щий на мы́сли (о)suggestive (of)
Partial Matches
unverified соблазнительный {adj}suggestive
unverified непристо́йный {adj}suggestive
ложка {ж} [+gen.]spoonful of
куча [+gen.] [разг.] [множество]plenty of
убедить в [+prep.] [сов.]to convince of
вместо {prep} [+gen.]instead of
конечно {adv}of course
из-за {prep} [+gen.]because of
за пределами {adv}outside (of)
потеря {ж} памяти
loss of memory
собачий лай {м}barking of dogs
приступ {м} кашля
fit of coughing
коноплеводство {с}
cultivation of hemp
коноплеводство {с}
growing of hemp
малярийный пароксизм {м}
attack of malaria
птичий щебет {м}
twittering of birds
водная масса {ж}
mass of water
музыкальная пьеса {ж}
piece of music
растительное сообщество {с}
community of plants
агрессивная война {ж}
war of aggression
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Usage Examples English
  • Neolithic agriculturalists inhabiting the Indus River Valley buried their dead in a manner suggestive of spiritual practices that incorporated notions of an afterlife and belief in magic.
  • An electroencephalogram (EEG) can assist in showing brain activity suggestive of an increased risk of seizures.
  • In order to diminish the translucency of the alabaster and to produce an opacity suggestive of true marble, the statues are immersed in a bath of water and heated gradually—nearly to the boiling point—an operation requiring great care, because if the temperature is not regulated carefully, the stone acquires a dead-white, chalky appearance.
  • Itchiness or pain around the anus may be suggestive of inflammation of the anus, or perianal complications such as anal fissures, fistulae, or abscesses around the anal area.
  • Starting in 1918, he also produced the first paintings in the "Disk" series, in which disks suggestive of traffic lights figure prominently.

  • Studies of transgenic mice have been suggestive of an association, but not definitive.
  • Doctor Vosill also habitually carried with her a dagger that came to be peripherally involved in circumstances suggestive of a disguised Culture knife missile, to which dagger she referred as having been useful in "uncultured places".
  • Pre-Spanish data are suggestive of these events. A water-spewing, deer-hooved celestial dragon on page 74 of the Dresden Codex is generally believed to be causing a deluge.
  • In CIS, a person has an attack suggestive of demyelination, but does not fulfill the criteria for multiple sclerosis.
  • While there is no identification placing this book as Melisende's or made with her in mind, there are indications: the use of Latin text appropriate for a secular woman (as opposed to an abbess or such), the particular venerations of the Virgin Mary and Mary Magdalen (suggestive of the nearby abbey Melisende patronized), the only two royal mentions/inclusions being of Melisende's parents, and a possible bird pun on the king's name.

  • The older term "data processing" is suggestive of older technologies.
  • Ultrasound, CT, and MRI can all identify steatosis (fatty changes) of the liver tissue and nodularity of the liver surface suggestive of cirrhosis.
  • Simon Stevin, in his book describing decimal representation of fractions (De Thiende), cites the trigonometric tables of Regiomontanus as suggestive of positional notation.
  • Another point to note about Calderón's musical drama is that the theme of a statue married by her creator is more suggestive of the story of Pygmalion.
  • His forms are usually abstractions of the human figure, typically depicting mother-and-child or reclining figures, usually suggestive of the female body, apart from a phase in the 1950s when he sculpted family groups.

  • "Triton-born" and while this is suggestive of Triton's daughter being Athena, [...] the appellation is otherwise explainable in several ways, e.g., as Athena's birth (from Zeus's head) taking place at the River Triton or Lake Tritonis.
  • The music is suggestive of a comic opera; bright and lively, it starts with plenty of percussion and brass instruments.
  • It is suggestive of digging for burrowing prey animals, but there is also a story [...] of dogs being thrown toward quarry animals by a camel-mounted hunter.
  • As well as simply being distinctive, the colour may have been inspired by the Austro-Hungarian flag; it was also suggestive of the Orient at a time when the best-quality graphite came from Siberia.
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