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Spanish translation of “implicit”


adjective /imˈplisit/
implied (not explicitly stated); understood indirectly
The diplomat’s statement contained implicit criticism of the government.
unquestioning; complete
implicit obedience.
implicitly adverb
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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