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How to Pronounce Indexable: Learn how to pronounce Indexable in English correctly

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Oxford dictionary definition of the word index:

noun (plural indexes or especially in technical use indices /ˈɪndɪsiːz/)
1(in a book or set of books) an alphabetical list of names, subjects, etc. with reference to the pages on which they are mentioned:
clear cross references supplemented by a thorough index
an alphabetical list by title, author, or other category of a collection of books or documents, for example in a library.
Computing a set of items each of which specifies one of the records of a file and contains information about its address.
2a sign or measure of something:
exam results may serve as an index of the teacher’s effectiveness
a figure in a system or scale representing the average value of specified prices, shares, or other items as compared with some reference figure:
the hundred-shares index closed down 9.3
[with modifier] a number giving the magnitude of a physical property or other measured phenomenon in terms of a standard:
the oral hygiene index was calculated as the sum of the debris and calculus indices
3 Mathematics an exponent or other superscript or subscript number appended to a quantity.
4a pointer on an instrument, showing a quantity, a position on a scale, etc..
Printing a symbol shaped like a pointing hand, used to draw attention to a note.
verb
[with object]
1record (names, subjects, etc.) in an index:
the list indexes theses under regional headings
provide an index to:
she offered help in indexing my text book on bookselling
data sets are indexed by subject
2link the value of (prices, wages, or other payments) automatically to the value of a price index:
the Supreme Soviet passed legislation indexing wages to prices
3 [no object] (often as noun indexing) (of a machine or part of one) move from one predetermined position to another in order to carry out a sequence of operations:
[as modifier]:
a lathe with a cross-slide and an indexing arrangement
Derivatives
indexable
Pronunciation: /ˈɪndɛks-, ɪnˈdɛks-/

adjective
indexation
Pronunciation: /-ˈseɪʃ(ə)n/

noun
indexer
noun
indexible
adjective
Origin:
late Middle English: from Latin index, indic- ‘forefinger, informer, sign’, from in- ‘towards’ + a second element related to dicere ‘say’ or dicare ‘make known’; compare with indicate. The original sense ‘index finger’ (with which one points), came to mean ‘pointer’ (late 16th century), and figuratively something that serves to point to a fact or conclusion; hence a list of topics in a book (‘pointing’ to their location)

Spelling help
The plural of index is usually spelled indexes, but can also be spelled indices (as in the original Latin) in subjects like science and medicine.