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Translation of "implicit" - English-Spanish dictionary

implicit

adjective   /ɪmˈplɪs.ɪt/
suggested but not communicated directly implícito He interpreted her comments as an implicit criticism of the government. Implicit in the poem’s closing lines are the poet’s own religious doubts. →  Compare explicit 1188
complete and without any doubts absoluto implicit trust All her life she had implicit faith in socialism.1922
implicitly adverb   /-li/
implícitamente, incondicionalmente He trusts her implicitly.1922
(Definition of implicit from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

implicit

adjective /imˈplisit/
implied (not explicitly stated); understood indirectly implícito The diplomat’s statement contained implicit criticism of the government.
unquestioning; complete implícito implicit obedience.
implicitly adverb
implícitamente The proposal by rich countries implicitly stated that the carbon emissions of poor countries must be reduced.
(Definition of implicit from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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